Casting and Forging

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Cast products have a long tradition. In the early aircraft era, forged products contributed to the domestic manufacture of metal propellers and engine blocks. Traditional forging techniques have been augmented with state-of-the-art technologies to enable the forging of large workpieces and rings, and the development of new alloys to meet increasingly sophisticated needs. Forged product ratings have also increased, and forging methods are changing from conventional mold forging to precision forging using the plamostar molding method, enabling the forging of high-quality impellers and other products.

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Manufacturing process for forged aluminum products

Fig. Manufacturing process for forged aluminum products

In the forging process, material is worked into shape by using hydraulic (water) pressure, hammers or other methods to enhance rigidity.

Manufacturing process for cast aluminum products

Fig. Manufacturing process for cast aluminum products

When casting, molten aluminum is poured into metal, plaster or sand molds to create the desired shape.

Examples of Aluminum Forged Products

Picture of Various kinds of forged products
Various kinds of forged products
Picture of Cylinder meterials
Cylinder meterials
Picture of Axle box for Shinkansen
Axle box for Shinkansen
Picture of Wheel for aircraft
Wheel for aircraft
Picture of Window frame for aircraft
Window frame for aircraft
Picture of Parts for aircraft
Parts for aircraft
Picture of Large forged product
Large forged product 1
Picture of Large forged product
Large forged product 2
Picture of Square link produced through large-scale forging
Square link produced through large-scale forging

Examples of Aluminum Forged Products

Picture of Compressor wheels
Compressor wheels

Example of Aluminum Forging Equipment

Picture of 15,000-ton forging press
15,000-ton forging press
Picture of 5,000-ton forging press
5,000-ton forging press