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!
A Brief History of Forging
Forging is the oldest metalworking method in human history. And while the basic concept of it hasn’t changed in thousands of years, forging techniques have significantly enhanced over time. Learn about the origins of forging from Ancient Egypt to its high-tech applications today.
Spotlight on the Oil and Gas Industries
With new and unpredicted challenges facing the industry in the coming decade, companies must remain innovative and adaptable as they charge forward into the future.
Open vs. Closed Die Forging—What’s the Difference?
Simply put—open die forging is the process of deforming a piece of metal using dies that do not fully enclose the material, while closed die forging exerts pressure to fill an enclosed die impression.
What is CGP/ITAR Compliance?
CanForge is proud to comply with all international laws and regulations when manufacturing our high-quality, high-performance forgings. Learn more about the Canadian Controlled Goods Program (CGP) and International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR) here.
Spotlight on the Aerospace Industry
For years, CanForge has supplied the commercial and military aerospace industries with quality, high-performance forgings that remain strong and resilient under the most corrosive conditions. This blog provides an overview of the services that we continue to offer this growing industry!
Value-Added Services: The CanForge Advantage
CanForge offers a range of value-added services to optimize workflow and help our customers feel confident about the strength and efficiency of our products.
What To Know When Choosing A Tool Steel Grade
At a basic level, tool steels are carbon and alloy steels that contain elements such as tungsten, molybdenum, and chromium. There are different grades of tool steels, each with a unique set of mechanical properties to achieve specific requirements for tool components.
Inconel®: Why You Should Be Using This Reliable Superalloy
Inconel® is a trademarked group of nickel alloys that are known for maintaining their reliability despite being exposed to strenuous conditions. Let’s explore what makes Inconel® a top choice for many of our forgings.