The cold former has variety of equipment suitable for range of customer requirements. The forging presses are from 250 tons to 1000 tons along with inhouse annealing furnaces.

Most forging is done as hot work, at temperatures up to 2300 degrees F, however, a variation of impression die forging is cold forging. Cold forging encompasses many processes — bending, cold drawing, cold heading, coining, extrusions and more, to yield a diverse range of part shapes. The temperature of metals being cold forged may range from room temperature to several hundred degrees.

Application: Manufactured Parts

• Break Assembly
• Wheel Cylinder Pistons
• Knuckle Spindles
• Belt Pulleys
• Alternator Shafts & Ball Joints
• Tappet