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  • Mar 25, 2014

    Forging a Hammer Head on a Fly Press

    Two forgers in North Yorkshire, England, use a Norton No. 6 deep-throat fly press to forge a turning hammer head in 1.75-in. tool steel. The head started as a 1,000 gram lump hammer, and a few heats later it was a very nice turning hammer. The press has an extra long swing arm, and two paint cans each filled with 10 kilos of lead functioning as weights. "This probably gives it a little more than 6 tons of pressure," the source observed....More
  • Mar 3, 2014

    Grain Flow Forging at Mizuno Plant

    Mizuno Golf's R&D chief Chris Voshall guides a tour through the club-maker's hot forging plant in Hiroshima, Japan, to show how the irons are manufactured to achiever precise distance control, performance, and comfort for the golfer....More
  • Jan 28, 2014

    Ohio Star Forge's Big Score

    The automotive forger recently completed a plant expansion and installation of a new Hatebur Hotmatic AMP 70XL -- and it recorded production of its 1,000,000,000th (that's 1-billionth) part....More
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Apr 8, 2014

A Solutions Guide to Metalworking Safety

The Solutions Guide to Metalworking Safety webinar provides information about health and safety hazards affecting those that work with metal....More
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