Cold forged parts can be manufactured in sizes up 90mm in diameter and 270mm in length. Multi stage forging allows for complex geometries. We prefer working with steel, special purpose steel, stainless steel as well as aluminium and copper.

Thin walled, axially symmetric components without gradation.

Axially symmetric components with graded flange. The length and diameter of the flange depends on the primary material and the diameter ratio.

Compressed, flat components with or without ledge.

Axially symmetrical components with a solid centre. Individual contours such as key holds or threads may be pressed into the ends.

Non-axially symmetric components, which are mostly flat. Those components often carry indented, raised or stamped contours.

Mostly axially symmetric bolts with gradings and bevels, knurls or keying in axial direction. They can either be solid or hollow. Coggings are produced to minimum quality level 12.

Parts with a defined geometry within the field of welded connections. These may be welding pegs or complex three-dimensional contours.

Screws with axialsymmetric or eccentric shaft or head shapes. Hollow screws with inside- and outside thread or with gearing and key hold to customer specifications.

Large cold-forged parts with high deformation level up to 90mm in diameter and 270mm in length. This method is particularly suitable for complex contours.

Cold-forging stainless steel requires specific conditions due to its material properties. Contour options will be technically assessed on a case-by-case basis.

Nearly all contours known from working with steel can be achieved in aluminium. Copper and brass however, are only suitable for smaller components, due to the sizes of the available raw materials. Again, a technical assessment will be carried out on a case-by-case basis.

Be creative!

Just check out the images below and come up with your perfect shape. We’ll help you turning it into a reality.

Why waste material if you can work with press blanks?

From a stock removal share of 30% it may be worth thinking about a press blank. Parts of the contour may often be pressed ‘near net shape’, so that machining can be reduced to a few dimensions relevant to function.

Our experts are happy to help you finding a solution to your problem.



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