Forgings and precise machining of brass, aluminium and copper.
Net-shape forging and close-to-net-shape forging has been getting a lot of attention primarily because of the potential to dramatically reduce finishing costs. Not only should it be possible to reduce the amount of stock machined away after forging, but also the costs associated with machining time will be reduced.
That does not mean there are no benefits to be achieved by studying net-shape techniques. Given certain latitude in material selection and in forging design, we are able to keep machining and associated costs to a minimum. The more input the forger has in the early stages of product development, the more likely near-net shapes can be achieved.
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