Forging is the manufacturing process that shapes the metal through hammering, pressing, or rolling. It is often categorized according to the temperature at which it is performed: cold, warm, or hot forging. A wide range of metals can be forged.
Stainless steel is an alloy that contains a minimum of 11% chromium, which inhibits rusting and heat-resistant properties to the steel.
Bronze is an alloy that consists mostly of copper mixed with tin which makes it exceptionally strong and resistant to atmospheric corrosion.
Turned, Ground, and Polished (TGP) is a finishing processes often used for metal shafting.
Tool steel is a carbon and alloy steel that has the perfect characteristics for high performance tools like high firmness, scratch resistance and an amazing ability to retain its shape, even in higher temperatures.
Aluminum is a silver-colored, low density metal and is used in a large variety of commercial industries. The Unalloyed type is ductile, exhibits moderate strength, and is very resistant to corrosion.
Alloy steel is combined with several other elements to increase the strength, hardness, wear resistance, and toughness of steel.
Carbon Steel is an alloy where carbon is the main element, containing up to 2.0% carbon by weight, along with a variety of other elements.