Why Choose Rolled Rings
At CanForge, we produce a wide variety of high-quality forgings for a whole host of demanding and sophisticated engineering applications. In today’s blog, we’ll be discussing the many functions of rolled rings, how they’re manufactured and why CanForge’s seamless rolled rings always come out on top.
How the carbon content of steel affects forgeability
Your guide to forgeability, steel, and carbon content. Read more about how the amount of carbon in steel impacts forging and related products we offer.
The History of CanForge
Originally founded in 1912, the Canadian-owned custom forging producer has grown to supply quality and specialty forgings to a wide variety of companies across the United States and Canada. And just like superheroes, our origin story is a tale that should be told.
The Equipment We Use to Provide High-Quality Forgings
At CanForge we use a variety of equipment to create our high-quality forgings–from hammers and presses to upsetters and ring rollers.
Understanding the different forging processes
Forging is the process of forming and shaping metals through the use of hammering, pressing or rolling. Here at CanForge, we utilize a variety of different forging techniques, each of which carries its own benefits. Generally, though, there are four recognized forging processes.
Monel®: the nickel-copper alloy with excellent corrosion resistance
At CanForge, we produce forgings for the most demanding and sophisticated industries. One of the superior materials we utilize at Canada Forgings Inc is Monel®. In today’s blog, we’ll explore what makes Monel® a top choice for many of our forgings.
Spotlight On the Pulp and Paper Industry
With graphic paper demand declining worldwide, the pulp and paper industry has been undergoing quite a transformation. The industry is growing in other directions thanks to an increased demand for plastic-free packaging.
The Power of Testing
We offer several testing measures to assure our customers that our forgings meet their expectations. Whether we’re forging stainless steel, aluminum, or titanium, these tests guarantee that the products will sustain the environment for which they were designed.
Spotlight on the Transportation Industry
Forgings can be used in a variety of transportation industries–from the automotive and trucking industry to the aerospace industry. They provide the vehicle with the strength needed to endure many different environments, which can often be a challenge to meet.
What are ASTM Specifications?
Formerly known as the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), ASTM is a global leader in the development and delivery of voluntary consensus standards. Learn more about ASTM specifications today!