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Forged metals

  1. 1. Forged MetalsForged Metals
  2. 2. HistoryHistoryDates back to 4000BCDates back to 4000BCIron was first forgedIron was first forgedmetalmetalMass production ofMass production offorged parts began inforged parts began in1930 with help of1930 with help ofHenry FordHenry Ford
  3. 3. Metals that are forgedMetals that are forgedSteel AlloysSteel AlloysAluminum AlloysAluminum AlloysIronIronNickelNickelTitaniumTitaniumCopperCopper
  4. 4. Why forged metals are strongerWhy forged metals are strongerForces molecules toForces molecules tobecome betterbecome betteraligned and bondedaligned and bondedGrain pattern isGrain pattern isorganized in a way toorganized in a way tomaximize strengthmaximize strengthDoes not require anyDoes not require anyjoining of partsjoining of parts
  5. 5. Cost to run forging plantCost to run forging plant$6 million in electricity$6 million in electricity$500,000 for water$500,000 for waterand sewer utilitiesand sewer utilities$40,000 natural gas$40,000 natural gas
  6. 6. Parts made from forged metalParts made from forged metalAutomotive partsAutomotive partsAgriculturalAgriculturalmachinerymachineryHand toolsHand toolsRailroadRailroadAerospaceAerospace
  7. 7. Parts made from forged metalParts made from forged metalAutomotive partsAutomotive partsAgriculturalAgriculturalmachinerymachineryHand toolsHand toolsRailroadRailroadAerospaceAerospace
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