Since1975, our company has been specializing in manufacturing & designing cold forged and headed metal parts. We currently supplies to numerous markets including: Light and Electronic metal parts, Automobile industry, loudspeaker metal parts, motors parts and many additional related industries. We have been providing our products to our customers worldwide, including North American, Europe, Southeast Asia ,etc. 

        Cold Forging process is an impact forming process that deforms a piece of raw material plastically, under high compressive force, between a punch and a die using suitable equipment, such as a press under ambient temperature.
Parts are cold forged and headed on our cold forging presses ranging from 110 to 1000 tons capacity. We operate our own sawing facility & affiliated machine and die shop for all our tooling requirements.

We offers 100% on time delivery and -0- PPM rejection rates and will develop a plan for specifically providing your company with on time deliveries.

         We do our best to satisfy our customers not only in the quality of our products, but also in our service. So far, we set factories in  Taiwan and Malaysia to promote technology for customers' products more precision. 
We will continue our efforts because customers' complete satisfaction is our priority.



         Cold forging involves either impression die forging or true closed die forging with lubricant and circular dies at or near room temperature. Carbon and standard alloy steels are most commonly cold-forged. Parts are generally symmetrical. The primary advantage is the material savings achieved through precision shapes that require little finishing. Completely contained impressions and extrusion-type metal flow yield draft-less, close-tolerance components. Production rates are very high with exceptional die life. While cold forging usually improves mechanical properties, the improvement is not useful in many common applications and economic advantages remain the primary interest. Tool design and manufacture are critical. Forging temperatures at room conditions, self-heating up to 150 °C due to the forming energy. Advantages of cold forging: Narrowest tolerances achievable. No scaling at work piece surface. Increase of strength and decrease of ductility due to strain hardening. Low formability and high forming forces are necessary


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  • To execute and comply to the Quality management system that is developed according to ISO 9001 - 2015. 
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      Cold-Forging is manufacturing process where metal is pressed, pounded or squeezed under great pressure into high strength parts known as forgings. cold forged product is directly shaped without heat expansion & cold contraction, and thus cold forged product has superior surface finish and dimensional accuracy.
It is important to note that the forging process is entirely different from the casting (or foundry) process, as metal used to make forged parts is never melted and poured.

     The Cold-Forging process can create parts that are stronger than those manufactured by any other metalworking process. This is why forgings are almost always used where reliability and human safety are critical. But you'll rarely see forgings, as they are normally component parts contained inside assembled items such a airplanes, automobiles, tractors, ships, oil drilling equipment, engines, missiles and all kinds of capital equipment - to name a few.

     Just about any metal can be cold-forged. However, some of the most common metals include: carbon, alloy and stainless steels; very hard tool steels; aluminum; titanium; brass and copper; and high-temperature alloys which contain cobalt, nickel or molybdenum. Each metal has distinct strength or weight characteristics that best apply to specific parts as determined by the customer.

      Machining is any of various processes in which a piece of raw material is cut into a desired final shape and size by a controlled material-removal process. Machining is a part of the manufacture of many metal products. Much of modern-day machining is carried out by computer numerical control (CNC), in which computers are used to control the movement and operation of the mills, lathes, and other cutting machines.

      Our cold-forging capabilities span materials from carbon and alloy steel to other specialty metals. We employ a wide range of forging technologies, including die forging presses for advanced automobile materials and components that are unmatched anywhere else in the world. And we provides a full range of post-forging inspection, machining and finishing services with the certified quality you need to meet demanding application requirements.​

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