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Metal forging

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The name Pacific Rim Enterprises Inc. truly describes what we are and the services we offer. We have the ability, through the network of factories we work with and our own staff of engineers and …

The name Pacific Rim Enterprises Inc. truly describes what we are and the services we offer. We have the ability, through the network of factories we work with and our own staff of engineers and quality assurance personnel, to offer our clients complete manufacturing support.For more details contact Pacific Rim Enterprises at (800) 928-9108 and visit http://www.pacriment.com

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  • 1. Pacific Rim Enterprises Inc.Custom Component Manufacturing Metal Forging www.pacriment.com Phone: (800) 928-9108 Fax: (516) 797-1819 Email: info@pacriment.com
  • 2. Pacific Rim Enterprises Inc. Custom Component Manufacturing Metal Forging What is Metal Forging?• In Metal Forging process, the metal is heated and is shaped by plastic deformation using localized compressive forces. www.pacriment.com Phone: (800) 928-9108 Fax: (516) 797-1819 Email: info@pacriment.com
  • 3. Pacific Rim Enterprises Inc. Custom Component Manufacturing Metal Forging Evolution of metal forging technique• Traditionally, forging was performed by a smith using hammer• In modern times, industrial forging is done either with presses or with hammers powered by compressed air, electricity, hydraulics or steam. www.pacriment.com Phone: (800) 928-9108 Fax: (516) 797-1819 Email: info@pacriment.com
  • 4. Pacific Rim Enterprises Inc. Custom Component Manufacturing Metal Forging Why forging?• Metal forging products are stronger than an equivalent cast or machined part www.pacriment.com Phone: (800) 928-9108 Fax: (516) 797-1819 Email: info@pacriment.com
  • 5. Pacific Rim Enterprises Inc. Custom Component Manufacturing Metal Forging Hot vs. Cold Metal Forging• If the temperature is above the materials re- crystallization temperature it is deemed hot forging, otherwise cold forging. www.pacriment.com Phone: (800) 928-9108 Fax: (516) 797-1819 Email: info@pacriment.com
  • 6. Pacific Rim Enterprises Inc. Custom Component Manufacturing Metal Forging Advantage of Hot Forging• The main advantage of hot forging is that as the metal is deformed work hardening effects are negated by the re- crystallization process. www.pacriment.com Phone: (800) 928-9108 Fax: (516) 797-1819 Email: info@pacriment.com
  • 7. Pacific Rim Enterprises Inc. Custom Component Manufacturing Metal Forging Advantages of Cold Forging• Savings in material and final machining• High productivity• Excellent dimensional accuracy and surface quality of cold extruded parts• Improvement of mechanical properties of extruded parts• Favorable crystal grain flow increases toughness. www.pacriment.com Phone: (800) 928-9108 Fax: (516) 797-1819 Email: info@pacriment.com
  • 8. www.pacriment.com Phone: (800) 928-9108 Fax: (516) 797-1819Email: info@pacriment.com