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CNC Forging Services

We are a trusted service provider in the field of metal forging, offering support for both large-scale production and the forging of large components. Leveraging our robust forging techniques, we enhance mechanical performance, increase production efficiency, and reduce costs.

Benefits of Metal Forging

CNC metal forging delivers superior precision, strength, and efficiency. With advanced technology, it ensures consistent quality, tight tolerances, and minimal waste, resulting in cost savings and sustainability. Its versatility in shaping complex components makes it a top choice across industries for enhancing performance and reducing production costs.

High strength & toughness
Complex Appearance
Large Size
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Types of CNC Forging

Forging is one of the metal forming methods that involves altering the shape of metal raw materials using pressure to obtain forged parts with specific mechanical properties, shapes, and dimensions. Here are six types of forging:
Hammer or Smith Forging

Hammer or Smith Forging

Hammer or Smith Forging heats the workpiece to forging temperature and shapes it between a flat hammer and an anvil. Small pieces can be hand-forged, while larger ones need a steam hammer. Steam hammers come in different constructions based on forging capacity.
Drop Hammer Forging

Drop Hammer Forging

Drop hammer forging is distinct from flat forging due to the presence of a die cavity in the hammer. This cavity exerts pressure or impact on both sides of the workpiece, causing it to deform according to the cavity's shape. To ensure proper metal flow, forging is divided into multiple stages, each incrementally controlling the flow direction.
Press Forging

Press Forging

Press forging shapes metal within a mold using slow pressure. This prolonged pressure ensures uniformity throughout the workpiece, enhancing both internal and external quality. Consequently, press forging yields higher product quality compared to hammer forging.
Upset Forging

Upset Forging

Upset forging, also known as end upsetting forging, typically involves forging or shaping one end of a uniformly long rod, as shown in the diagram below. The long rod is clamped within a mold, with one end heated to a high temperature. Pressure is then applied axially to this end to forge or shape it.
Roll Forging

Roll Forging

Roll forging, or roll forming, uses two non-circular rolls to squeeze and shape a metal bar. As the rolls rotate, they reduce the diameter of the bar and push it forward. The process repeats as needed, with the bar either returning to its original position or moving to another groove for further shaping.
Open Die Forging

Open Die Forging

Open die forging, also known as free forging, involves shaping metal between flat dies that do not completely enclose the workpiece. This method allows for flexibility in shaping large and complex metal components while retaining the benefits of forging, such as improved mechanical properties and grain structure refinement.

Metal Forging Materials

A wide variety of metal materials are used for forging, including bar stock, ingots, metal powders, and liquid metal in their raw states. These materials undergo various processes to prepare them for forging, such as heating, melting, or powder compacting, depending on their initial form and desired final product. Each type of metal material offers unique properties and advantages for different forging applications.

Applied Industries

Metal forging process is used for multi-purpose:
aviation aircraft forging


Forged components such as turbine discs, hollow shafts, blades, wing beams, fuselage ribs, wheel hubs, and inner and outer cylinder bodies of landing gear are critical for aircraft safety. Aircraft components are mostly made from high-strength, wear-resistant, and corrosion-resistant materials such as aluminum alloys, titanium alloys, and nickel-based alloys.

automotive forging

Automotive Industry

Forged components include crankshafts, connecting rods, camshafts for automobile engines, front beams, steering knuckles for front axles, half shafts, half shaft sleeves, and transmission gears in the axle housing.

maritime industry forging

Maritime Industry

Marine forgings are divided into three main categories: engine forgings, shaft system forgings, and rudder system forgings. Engine forgings are similar to diesel engine forgings. Shaft system forgings include thrust shafts, intermediate shafts, and stern shafts. Rudder system forgings include rudder stocks, rudder posts, and rudder pins.

military forging


Forged products are extensively used in military equipment, including gun barrels, muzzle brakes, and gun tails for cannons; rifled barrels and bayonets for infantry weapons; rocket launchers and fixed seats for submarine depth charges; stainless steel valve bodies for high-pressure coolers in nuclear submarines; and shells and bullets.

Petrochemical Forging


Forged components find wide applications in petrochemical equipment, such as manholes and flanges for spherical tanks, various tube sheets and welded flanges for heat exchangers, integral forging cylinders (pressure vessels) for catalytic cracking reactors, cylinder sections for hydrogen reactors, and top covers, bottom covers, and heads for fertilizer equipment.

mining equipment forging

Mining Equipment

Forged components are used in mining equipment, hoisting equipment, crushing equipment, grinding equipment, beneficiation equipment, sintering equipment, and nuclear power forgings.

CNC Forging Vs Casting Vs Machining

Comparison of CNC Machining, Casting, and Forging
Key Points CNC Machining CNC Casting CNC Forging
Cost High cost, skilled High cost, skilled Lower cost, no skilled
Operator Requirement Skilled Skilled No specialized
Processing Time Long, multiple steps Long mold Short, efficient
Programming High skill No need No need
Setup Time Long setup Short setup Short setup
Size Limitation Limited, small batch Less constrained Less constrained
Production Efficiency - Mass production High efficiency
Internal Defects - Internal defects -
Scrap Rate - High scrap -
Dimensional Accuracy - Lower accuracy Higher accuracy
Mechanical Properties - Lower strength, toughness Higher strength, toughness
Mold Lifespan - Short lifespan -
Physical Consistency - Inconsistent -

Our Capabilities

We have the capability to manufacture forged plates, bars, pipes, rings, or other complex forged products. Our entire product range adheres to internationally recognized standards such as GB, GJB, HB, ASME, AMS, and ISO, ensuring the highest quality and reliability for our customers' needs.
With our advanced forging techniques and state-of-the-art facilities, we can meet diverse specifications and deliver exceptional performance across various industries and applications.
CNC forging process
ISO Certificated

Wherever you are, we can satisfy your requirement for certification.

20000+ Parts

We are able to produce Over 20000 forging parts per year.

High Standard

We use the finest materials and top-notch craftsmanship to ensure products quality.

Cost Saving Up to 60%

Choosing our forging service to save you 60% of the cost.

3~5 Days Lead Time

The lead time depends on your production scale, usually 3~5 days.

99.8% Yield Rate

Products forged by us have low scrap rate, few defects, and a pass rate of 99%.

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