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Metal Forging

Metal forging is a manufacturing process that transforms raw metal into desired shapes by applying compressive forces. These forces alter the metal’s structure, enhancing its strength, durability, and other mechanical properties. The process involves several critical steps: heating, shaping, and cooling. Forging methods vary based on temperature, including cold, warm, and hot forging. The advantages of forging include superior strength, enhanced grain structure, and precision. Metals suitable for forging range from steel and aluminum to titanium and copper. Applications span industries like automotive, aerospace, construction, and even artistic endeavors.

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