For centuries, metal manufacturing processes have been relied on by a number of industries. From transportation and power generation to valves and pipeline equipment, metal manufacturing processes like casting, forging, and welding. In today’s blog, we’ll compare these three popular metal processes and discuss how forging remains unmatched.
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.
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.
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® 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.
Forging is as much a skill as it is an art. For more than 6,000 years, forging techniques have evolved with one key goal in mind: to advance what forged components can do. Let’s explore why grain flow is an important part of the forging process and how CanForge utilizes this to ensure reliable and superior quality in our forged products.
At CanForge, we're frequently asked about quotes for casting metal components. There’s a common misconception that casting and forging are similar processes that yield the same results. This assumption can lead to costly errors because there are significant differences in how cast versus forged parts should be used.