Metal Forgings Suppliers

RFQ LINE supports 10 forging companies. Cold, warm and hot forging. Processes include roll forging, swaging, cogging, open-die, impression-die, press and automatic hot forging and upsetting. Typical parts include rods, fittings, hubs, spindles, rings, axles and shafts. Secondary operations include machining & coating. Suppliers to the heavy equipment and automotive industry.

closed die forged aluminum parts

closed die forged aluminum parts

Closed Die Forging

AKA Impression Die forging. We forge a near limitless variety of shapes in steel, aluminum, titanium and other alloys that range in weight from mere ounces up to more than 25 tons. Ideal for parts with more complex geometries. Fittings, flanges, spindles and hubs. Suppliers to aerospace, automotive, petrochemical and mining companies.

Machined, finished cold forgings

Machined, finished cold forgings

Cold Forging

Includes processes such as bending, cold drawing, cold heading, coining, and extruding to yield a diverse range of part shapes. Cold forgings include various types of shafts, cup-shaped and hollow parts with stems. Our cold forging companies manufacture all types of custom fasteners such as bolts, studs, stems and pins.

open die forged industrial shafts

open die forged industrial shafts

Open Die Forgings

Our companies forge parts from a few pounds up to more than 150 tons. Often the best option when design criteria dictates optimum structural integrity for large metal forgings. Most ferrous and non-ferrous alloys can be open-die forged, including some exotic materials like age-hardening superalloys and corrosion-resistant refractory alloys.

We monitor the cycles within each of our forging companies. Updates on production schedules, open capacities and newly adopted manufacturing technologies enable us to invite quotes from only the most qualified forging suppliers. We pursue a synergistic buyer-seller alignment. A win-win scenario means low cost, short lead-times and stable product flow. Put us to work for you.