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Open Die Forging
In open die forging the work is placed on a stationary anvil and hammered or pressed. The work has to be moved to achieve desired shape. The geometry of the part is fairly limited in this method but is quite cost-effective and versatile.
Closed Die Forging
It is also called impression die forging. As the name suggests it has a die cavity and under the pressure from the press the metal inside the die flows to take the shape of the die. Post forging machining is usually done to achieve the desired geometry.
Roll forging uses rollers to reduce its thickness by compression to achieve desired shape. It uses two roll cylinders to progressively reduce the thickness of the work. This is the process commonly used to make leaf springs, axles, etc.
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Metal Forging Explained
Metal forging is a process of hammering and pressing the metal, exerting high localized pressures, to form the shape out of the blank and it is chosen when you require the part to have better structural characteristics than a similar machined or casted part. Forging can be quite a versatile process as it can used to produce from a few parts to over millions of parts in a wide variety of materials. Forged parts are usually post processed by machining, heat treatments etc to achieve desired dimensions and properties.
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