Anebon Metal Products Co.,Ltd
Add: No.1, Jinqianling Industrial Area 3rd Street, Huangjiang, Dongguan, China. 523757
Aluminium Alloy Forging Spare Parts
Quick Details:1.Customised Metal Forging Process , Aluminium Alloy Forging Spare Parts2.Forging parts description3.Steel Forging Parts Manufacturer4.Process: precision forging+blasting+machining5.Mate
1.Customised Metal Forging Process , Aluminium Alloy Forging Spare Parts
2.Forging parts description
3.Steel Forging Parts Manufacturer
4.Process: precision forging+blasting+machining
5.Material: carbon steel, alloy steel, stainless steel, iron
6.Machining: turning, milling, drilling, grinding, threading, CNC
7.Finishing: sand blasting, polishing, plating, acid treatment, anodizing, coating
8.Design: customized samples or drawings are accepted
9.Weight range: 0.1-100KG
10.Packaging: paper carton + bubble bag
11.Delievery time: tooling/sample within 4 weeks, batch order within 4 weeks.
12.Inspection: all the productts are strictly inspected by QC.
13.High quality, competitive price, good service, fast delivery
We are professional manufacturer of forgings and we have more than 10 year’s forging parts production experience.We can produce any kind of forgings according to your material object or CAD file.
Our duty are to satisfy the needs of Customers in terms of quality and service, to continue developing new products according to the needs of the market in terms of technology, environment and quality requirements
We can manufacture the products following strictly the most recognized international standards all over the world, such as API, ANSI, ASME, ASTM, MSS, NACE, AWWA, BSI, CSA among other.
In the simplest example of impression die forging, two dies are brought together and the workpiece undergoes plastic deformation until its enlarged sides touch the side walls of the die.
Then, a small amount of material begins to flow outside the die impression forming flash that is gradually thinned.
The flash cools rapidly and presents increased resistance to deformation and helps build up pressure inside the bulk of the workpiece that aids material flow into unfilled impressions.
Fundamentally, impression die forgings produced on horizontal forging machines (upsetters) are similar to those produced by hammers or presses. Each is the result of forcing metal into cavities in dies which separate at parting lines.