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Ring Forging Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of ring forging companies and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source ring forging companies with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate ring forging companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture forged rings for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading ring forging companies. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for large forgings, drop forgings, or cold forgings.

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For forgings from a company that packs a little extra punch, call MES. MES carries the weighty advantage of global manufacturing. With offices and materials sourced all over the world, we bring you the best components in the shortest amount of time for the lowest overhead costs. Industries that rely on our forgings include medical, lighting, heavy equipment, electronics, automotive and agriculture. Whatever shape, size or material you need, you can count on ISO-certified, globally managed MES.
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All Clifford-Jacobs Forging has ever known is the pursuit of excellence-excellence in our products and excellence in our customer relations. No matter the type of forging, our team can take your sketch, concept or part and develop it into a full-fledged standard or custom forging that fits all your specifications. We use Forge 2011 simulation software to get your design just right, before we ever pick up the hammer. Join us for precise concepts, faster development and cost-effective forgings.
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All Metals & Forge Group offers ring forging services for gear, bearing and heavy machinery applications. We can produce steel alloy rings in diameters up to 108 inches and rings of other metals can be up to 80 inches, both with wall thicknesses ranging from two inches and up. Our ring forging processes are supported by several certifications, including ASTM, ASME, API, AMS and NACE. We also provide full inspection and testing on all of our products. Call us today for quality service.
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At Anderson Shumaker Company, we use open die forging to forge all sorts of heavy-duty shapes, such as rings, blocks, rounded bars, flat bars and more. We also forge custom shapes to your specifications. Our forgings are metallurgically and mechanically sound, strong, tough and durable. We serve diverse industries, including food, aerospace, power generation, pumps, special machinery and valves. See what we can do for you today!
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Weldaloy Products Company likes to keep things simple. We produce your ring forging parts expertly and efficiently, with fast turnarounds and no production delays. Our roll forging reduces tooling and machining costs, and affords you significant material savings. We pair our AS 9001C and ISO 9001:2008 certifications with our obsessive attention to detail to bring you quality forgings. Call us today for quality forgings.
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Ken Forging started in 1970, out of a garage in Cleveland. Within 20 years, this little business would grow to be one of America's leading manufacturers of forgings. Today, that growth continues with no end in sight! Our quality service and lightning fast turnarounds keep our customers coming back. We offer stock and custom forgings with a wide variety of materials and applications, such as D-rings, eyebolts, safety swivel hoist rings, and much, much more. Call today for USA-made parts!
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Ring Forging

Ring forging is the process of manipulating metal into a hollow circular or cylindrical "ring" shape by applying localized, compressive force. The process of forging has been around for millennia, and the hammer and anvil, though increasingly diverse, have stood the test of time along with it, as the most commonly used tools to carry out the process of ring forging.

There are a few ways to complete ring forging, all of which are fairly simple. The first method begins with cutting a stock piece of metal to an appropriate length. After this, the metal is upset, which is a process by which the metal's length is decreased and its cross-section is increased. Then, the metal is pierced through the center in order to create a hole. After the piercing, the piece is placed on a mandrel or saddle, where its intended form is gradually shaped by the up and down motion of a forging die. The forging die hammers from above as the piece is incrementally rotated.

Another form of ring forging is called roll forging. A ring made through roll forging is completed with a round or flat bar and one or two cylindrical or semi-cylindrical rolls, which each contain one or more grooved shapes. A heated bar is inserted into the rolls, rotating when the bar hits a certain spot, which progressively shapes it as it rolls. After this, the bar is inserted into the next set of grooves or turned around and reinserted to the previous grooves. This process repeats itself until the desired size and shape are acquired. After the initial ring forging, pieces can undergo secondary processes, in order to change something about them. Secondary processes include heat treating, machining, plating, painting, drilling, welding and generally fabricating.

Ring forging has a few advantages over casting and machining, such as increased structural integrity and greater strength. Due to the fact that, as the metal is shaped during the forging process, its grain deforms to adapt the general shape of the piece, the ring's grain is continuous, making it stronger than a cast or machined ring.

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