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  • 1. FORGING PROCESSES
  • 2. An image of a forging process Fig.1
  • 3. Open Die-Forging Fig.3
  • 4. An image of Hot Forging Fig.5a
  • 5. Open Die-Forging (Cogging) Fig.6
  • 6. Impression die-forging Fig.7
  • 7. Impression Die Forging Fig.8
  • 8. Forging process of connecting rod Fig.9
  • 9. Fig.10
  • 10. Manufacturing of a bolt by Heading Fig.11
  • 11. Upset forging
  • 12. Roll Forging (Cross-rolling) Fig.12
  • 13. Skew-rolling process Fig.13
  • 14. Crank shaft Forging process Fig.14
  • 15. Swaging Orbital forging
  • 16. Terminology of Forging Fig.15
  • 17. Fig.16
  • 18. Forging defects Fig.17
  • 19. Fig.18
  • 20. Mechanical press Fig.19
  • 21. Fig.20
  • 22. Thank you

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