OEM custom parts

Quality Forged Metal Parts Manufactured

Sino Industries serves as a contract manufacturer of metal parts for OEMs worldwide. We provide a comprehensive range of forging services that cater to diverse needs and requirements.

Forging is commonly used to produce robust and durable metal components, as it enhances the material’s strength and structural integrity. It is widely utilized in various industries, including automotive, aerospace, oil and gas, and construction.

A 50kg forged part produced using hot die forging.

Forging Materials

We’ve got your forging needs covered with a variety of materials, including stainless steel, carbon steel, aluminum, titanium, and nickel alloys – giving you plenty of options to suit your project perfectly! Our team is here to help you navigate the choices and provide expert advice on material selection.

AISI (UNS)DIN GermanEN 10088JIS JapanUltimate tensile strength (MPa)Yield strength (MPa)Elongation in 50 mm (%)
303 (S30300)X8CrNiS18-91.4305SUS 303550-620240-26053-50
304 (S30400)X5CrNi18-101.4301SUS 3045-620240-29060-55
316 (S31600)X5CrNiMo17-12-21.4401SUS 31650-590210-29060-55
410 (S41000)X12Cr131.4006SUS 410480-520240-31035-25
416 (S41600)X12CrS131.4005SUS 416480-52027530-20
Room Temperature Mechanical Properties of Selected Annealed Stainless Steels
AISI USDIN GermanyEN EuropeJIS JapanUltimate tensile strength (MPa)Yield strength (MPa)Elongation in 50 mm (%)Hardness (HB)
1020 C22C22ES20C44133035131
1080C80W1C80US80C96552411293
314042CrMo442CrMo4SCr44089159919262
434034CrNiMo634CrNiMo6SNCM439127986112363
862021NiCrMo220NiCrMo2-2SNCM22063238526183
Mechanical Properties of Selected Normalized Carbon and Alloy Steels
AISI (UNS)EN 10088JIS JapanUltimate tensile strength (MPa)Yield strength (MPa)Elongation in 50 mm (%)
1100 (A91100)AW-1100A1100903535-45
2024 (A92024)AW-2024A20241907520-22
3003 (A93003)AW-3003A30031104030-40
5052 (A95052)AW-5052A50521909025-30
6061 (A96061)AW-6061A60611255525-30
7075 (A97075)AW-7075A707523010516-17
Mechanical Properties of Selected Aluminum Alloys at Room Temperature
GradeTensile Strength (MPa)Yield Strength (0.2% offset, MPa)Elongation (%)Applications
Grade 5 (Ti-6Al-4V)89582510Titanium alloy with high strength and corrosion resistance, widely used in aerospace and medical implants.
Grade 2386079510Similar to Grade 5, but with reduced oxygen content for improved biocompatibility., commonly used in medical implants and surgical tools.
Grade 9 (Ti-3Al-2.5V)62048315This titanium alloy has good weldability and is often used in airframe components and other high-stress
Mechanical Properties of Common Titanium Alloys

Forging Capabilities Meeting Diverse Manufacturing Needs

Our forging foundry is equipped with forging machines of capability from 250T to 1600T:

Forging Methods: Custom Service Tailored to Our Customer Needs

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Open vs. Closed Die Forging

Open die forging shapes material between flat dies for larger parts, while closed die forging uses enclosed dies with pre-cut shapes for smaller, complex parts, offering precision and control.

Our open die forging service is often used for: large shafts and bars, cylinders and discs, ring-shaped parts

Our closed die forging is commonly used for: precision tool and die components, high-strength fasteners, valve and fitting components.

Cold Forging vs. Hot Forging

Cold forging is done at or near room temperature, while hot forging involves elevated temperatures above the metal’s recrystallization point.

Cold forging is often used for: complex shaped parts, precision forging of large parts, austenitic stainless steel components

Hot forging is commonly used for: small to medium-sized components, bearings and gears, medical instruments and implants

Forging Applications

SinoIndustries’ expertise in metal forging contributes to the production of high-performance components that meet the stringent requirements of various industries worldwide.

Automotive Industry
  • Engine Components
  • Suspension and Steering Parts
Aerospace Industry
  • Aircraft Components
  • Jet Engine Components
Oil and Gas Industry
  • Drilling Equipment
  • Pipeline Fittings
Construction Industry
  • Structural Components
  • Fasteners
Mining Industry
  • Drill Rods and Bits
Power Generation
  • Turbine Components
Railroad Industry
  • Rail Components
General Manufacturing
  • Hand Tools
  • Gears and Bearings

Forging Advantages & Alternatives

If you are looking for more options than forging, check our informative metal casting and machining pages.

Forging

  • Strength and Durability: Forged parts tend to be stronger and more durable as the internal grain structure of the metal is aligned, enhancing its mechanical properties.
  • Cost-Effective for High-Volume Production: While the initial tooling costs may be high, forging becomes cost-effective for large-scale production runs due to its efficiency and speed once the tools are in place.

Metal Casting

  • Complex Shapes: Well-suited to produce complex and intricate shapes that may be challenging or expensive to achieve through other manufacturing processes.
  • Cost-Effective for Low-Volume Production: Generally cost-effective for low to medium-volume production compared to processes like forging. It has relatively low tooling costs and can produce multiple parts in a single pour.

Machining

  • Precision and Tight Tolerances: Machining is highly precise and can achieve tight tolerances, making it suitable for applications where accuracy is crucial.
  • Customization and Prototyping: Machining is ideal for creating customized and prototype parts. This allows for quick adjustments and modifications during the production process.
  • Surface Finish: Machining can achieve high-quality surface finishes, which is important in applications where esthetics or smooth surfaces are essential.

FAQ’S About Our Forging Services

Feel free to contact our team for more detailed information or to discuss your specific forging needs. Call us (+86) 0573-84722588 or email us at sales@sinoindustry.com.

What materials can be forged in your services?

We can forge a variety of materials, such as carbon steel, alloy steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and specialty alloys. If you have specific material preferences for your project, we can guide you to the best options.

What part sizes and complexities can your forging process handle?

Our forging process is versatile, handling a wide range of part sizes and complexities. Whether you need small and intricate components or large and robust parts, we can tailor our forging services to meet your specific design requirements.

Why choose forging over other processes?

Forging is a great choice because it gives parts increased strength, better mechanical properties, and superior structural integrity. Plus, it allows us to create intricate shapes with precision. It’s a solid option for producing durable and precisely shaped components.

How is the quality of forged parts ensured?

Quality is our top priority. We maintain strict control measures throughout the entire forging process, from inspecting raw materials to the final product. Our facility is equipped with modern testing and inspection tools to ensure that the forged parts not only meet but exceed industry standards and your expectations.