Interplex's Cold Forging process is an impact forming process that deforms a piece of raw material plastically, under high compressive force, between a punch and a die using suitable equipment, such as a press under ambient temperature.
Cold Forging

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Compared with other competing technologies, such as machining, die casting, plastic injection molding, and metal injection molding (MIM), cold forging creates product with a higher impact strength, a higher structural integrity, better accuracy while using less material. The process is highly productive and optimal for surface finishing.
Steels and Alloys:
    • Carbon steel
    • Stainless steel
    • Aluminum
    • Copper
    • Tin
    • Zinc

Cold Forging

Cold forging is used in a wide range of applications, including components used in the

Automotive, Industrial Product, Oil & Gas, and Mechanical Transmission industries.

Cold Forging Superior Material Strength

Cold Forging Applications Include:

  • Valve Rotators
  • Pinions
  • Gears
  • Pivots
  • Torsion Bars
  • Spindles
  • Pistons
  • Yokes
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Cold Forging Equipment Makers:

    • Aida
    • National
    • Nedschroef
    • ZhengYao

Cold Forging

Presses employed include Horizontal or Vertical, Mechanical and Hydraulic presses, ranging from 110 tons to 630 tons.

Cold Forging vs Machining

Precision Cold Forged Progressive Stamping

In addition to Precision Cold Forging, Interplex also offers Precision Cold Forged Progressive Stamping. Click Precision Cold Forged Progressive Stamping to learn more.