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We provide best-in-class forging and precision machining components in various material grades.


Closed Die Forging is a forging process in which dies move towards each other and cover the workpiece in whole or in part. The heated raw material, which is approximately the shape or size of the final forged part, is placed in the bottom die. The forging shape is incorporated as a negative image in the top or bottom die. Coming from above, the impact of the top die on the raw material forms it into the required forged form.

Forgings have high structural reliability when compared to a cast component. There are no internal gas pockets or voids that could cause unexpected failure under stress or impact. Often, the forging process assists in improving chemical segregation of the forging stock by moving centerline material to various locations throughout the forging. Forgings are typically used in automotive and trucks, off-highway and agricultural machines, etc. for connecting rods, crankshafts, transmission shafts, gears, spike harrow teeth, etc. 

Forging Capability: Close die forging hammer - 1 to 3 ton


Precision Machining

Precision machining is a subtractive process where custom software, engineered tools, and process steps are utilized with raw materials such as plastic, ceramic, metal, or composites to create desired fine-featured products. Precision machining often follows the instructions given by computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) programs. These programs and blueprints enhance the ability to meet tight tolerances. While most designs end up as engineered and computer-aided designs, many start out as hand-drawn sketches in the initial phases.

Our machining capabilities include 5 CNC turning machines, a CNC milling machine, a drilling machine, a grinding machine, and another required machining.

In-house Machining capability: 5 CNC turning machines, 1 CNC milling machine, and 2 drilling machines.

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