Custom Forging Hot-Formed Metal Parts

Our Expert Knowledge of Custom Forging Works For You

Hot forging is a centuries-old process that has evolved into a sophisticated technique in the modern era. The fundamental principle behind hot forging remains the same: it involves heating a metal alloy to a high temperature, then shaping it into a desired form through the application of force. However, the advancements in engineering skills and specialized machinery have transformed hot custom forging into a precise and reliable manufacturing process.

One of the most significant advantages of custom forging is the exceptional strength and toughness it imparts to the final product. As the metal is shaped through the forging process, its internal grain structure is deformed and conforms to the shape of the part being produced. This results in a continuous grain structure throughout the part, which significantly enhances its mechanical properties. This continuous grain structure contributes to the superior strength and durability of custom forgings, making them ideal for applications where structural integrity and reliability are crucial.

Custom forging can reduce the need for expensive alloys. By utilizing the inherent strengthening effects of the forging process, it is possible to achieve the required material properties with a less costly alloy, leading to cost savings without compromising performance. This makes custom forging a cost-effective solution for many industries and applications.

Some advantages of custom forging:

  • Improved Strength and Toughness
  • Uniform Composition
  • No Porosity
  • No Shrinkage
  • No Cavities
  • No Cold Pour Issues.
  • Less Need for Expensive Alloys

When considering the long-term benefits of custom forging, it becomes evident that it can offer a lower overall cost compared to alternative manufacturing methods such as casting or fabrications. The initial investment in custom forging may seem higher, but when you account for factors like procurement, lead time, rework, and the costs associated with scrap, downtime, and quality issues, the advantages of custom forging outweigh the short-term cost savings of other methods.

Typical components produced through hot formed forging technology encompass a wide range of products, including clevis balls, screws, nuts, bolts, and many others, but Tengco can offer thousands of different custom forgings for a diverse set of applications and industries. Hot forging's ability to deliver high-quality, strong, and reliable parts makes it a preferred choice for our customers seeking the best combination of performance and cost-effectiveness in their products.

Forging - Custom Manufacturing

Tengco ensures that your custom forging meets your exact specifications utilizing any of these materials or coatings:

Available Materials:

  • Brass
  • Bronze
  • Carbon Steel
  • Heat Treated Steel
  • Stainless Steel

Coatings & Platings:

  • Black Oxide
  • Electro-Zinc Galvanized
  • Epoxy Coated
  • Hot Dipped Galvanized
  • Mechanical Galvanized
  • Nickel Plating
  • Passivation
  • Phosphate Coated
  • Powder Coated
  • Trivalent Plating

Take a Closer Look at Tengco's Quality

This is just a sampling of the many hot custom forged items Tengco can produce.

How Can Tengco Help You?

Tengco is ISO 9001:2015 Certified through our Midwest location. The combination of our experienced engineers, quality control technicians, logistics team, customer service and sales staff can help you maintain the highest standards for your custom parts.

Tengco provides world class global sourcing, service and distribution. We have the perfect solution to your global sourcing needs.

We can provide anything from standard nuts and bolts to specialty fasteners, castings, forgings and stampings.

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