Open Die Forging helps you increase part strength while providing savings in cost, time, machining labour, and material.
Open Die Forging can also be a good solution when you are searching for high quality, critical performance specifications, restricted mechanical properties, or special sizes.
The advantages of switching to Open Die Forging can include:
- Stronger parts than those produced by any other metalworking process, due to open die forging's continuous directional grain flow
- Near net shape parts with less material waste and cost
- Efficient production methods and component reduction, resulting in reduced turnaround times
- A wide variety of sizes and shapes in a huge range of grades
CGC Kymon’s forge masters and sales engineers can work with you to maximise the performance of your critical parts while helping you realise production cost efficiencies.
These production efficiencies can involve replacing multi-component weldments with single- or reduced-component forgings, modifying a specification to improve process efficiencies, and forging to near net shape to attain optimum mechanical properties, while realising weight and machine time savings.