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Forging Process, Die Design and More - Become a Forging Pro!
Learn the advanced topic of forging. Design to Production and Production to Dispatch

What you will learn

what is metal forming, types of Metalforming, and how a forging industry work.

Designing of the die model and how simulation work.

Basic calculation which are done in an forging industry.

Design principles employed for designing forged parts.

How to make machining drawing to the forging model.

How to think like an forging expert.

Raw materials used in the forging process.

Description

Are you fascinated and eager to become a skilled metal forger? The “Metal Forming Process – Become a Forging Pro!” course is your gateway to the world of shaping metal into functional and decorative works of art. This comprehensive course will take you from a novice to a forging pro, providing you with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience needed to excel in the art of forging.

Course Highlights:


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  1. Fundamentals of Forging: Explore the foundational concepts of hot and cold forging, understand the characteristics of various metal alloys, and learn the importance of safety in the forging process.
  2. Essential Tools and Equipment: Gain hands-on experience with the tools of the trade, including forges, anvils, hammers, tongs, and more. Learn how to select, use, and maintain these tools effectively.
  3. Heating and Temperature Control: Master the art of heating metal to the ideal forging temperature. Understand the specific temperature requirements for different materials.
  4. Basic Forging Techniques: Practice drawing out, upsetting, bending, twisting, and other essential forging techniques to shape metal with precision.
  5. Anvil Work and Hammer Control: Learn how to work with an anvil to create a variety of shapes and contours. Develop the finesse of hammer control to bring your creative ideas to life.
  6. Cooling, Tempering, and Finishing: Discover the crucial post-forging steps, including cooling and tempering processes, to ensure the durability and appearance of your creations.
  7. Hands-On Projects: Apply your newfound skills to a range of projects, from beginner-level items like hooks and tapers to more advanced creations such as knives, tools, and decorative pieces.
  8. Tools Maintenance: Learn how to maintain your forging tools, ensuring they remain in excellent working condition.
  9. Showcasing Your Work: Explore opportunities to share your forged creations with others, whether through social media, local markets, or craft fairs.

Join our “Metal Forming Process – Become a Forging Pro!” course and unlock your potential as a skilled metal forger. Whether you’re a beginner or have some forging experience, this course will provide the knowledge and practice necessary to take your skills to the next level. Craft, create, and forge a path towards becoming a forging pro.

Enroll today to embark on a journey of creativity, craftsmanship, and the timeless art of metal forging.

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Content

Introduction

Introduction to Metal Forming process.
Forging Process and its type

How a metal forming industry work.

Types of Forging process.
Raw material that are used in metal forming industry.
Types of raw materials.
Procedure in forging.
Color Code of the raw material

Process in Marketing Department

Marketing in the metal forming industry

Design Department

Introduction to the Design department
Essential Thing for design department
Machine Drawing to Forging model (enquiry model)
Solution for Enquiry drawing
What is Yield & Calculation?
CAD Modeling of FINISHER VALVE BODY
Modeling of the BLOCKER VALVE BODY

CAD Modeling of the Die set’s.

Modeling of Blocker Top Die.
Modeling of Blocker Bottom die.
Modeling of the blocker Trim punch.
Modeling of the trim die Blocker.
Introduction to finisher die sets.
Modeling of the Finisher Bottom die.
Modeling of the Finisher Top die.
Modeling of the Finisher Trim die.
Modeling of the Finisher Trim Punch.

Modeling of the Bonnet.

CAD modeling of the Bonnet Finisher model.
Bonnet Top Die.
Bonnet Bottom die.
What is INSERT and how does it work.
Trim die Bonnet.
Trim Die Punch.

Solution For the Exercise.

Finisher Valve body Model.
Blocker Valve body Model.
Blocker Bottom Die Model.
Blocker Top Die Model.
Blocker Trim punch.
Blocker Trim Die.
Finisher Top Die.
Finisher Bottom Die.
Finisher Trim Die.
Finisher Trim Punch.

Simulation Using SimuFact Software.

Simulation

Machining Shop or Die shop

Process in the Machine shop.

Process in the Cutting Shop.

Cutting Shop

Process in the Production

Calculation of the PRE-FORGE size.
Component’s of the Hammer.

Heat Treatment Process flow.

What is furnace? How a Furnace work?
Heat Treatment Processes.

Process in the quality.

What do Quality people do?

Required Documentation

Master Test Certificate or the material test certificate.
Calculation of the Reduction Ratio (open forging)
Calculation of the Reduction Ratio (Closed forging)

Conclusion

You made it to the End