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Cold Forging Process



Pahwa MetalTech has set up a Cold forging facility with over 400Tons capacity machines to manufacture ferrous and Non-ferrous components. Our expertise is in manufacturing of cold forged components in Brass, Aluminum, stainless steel and other other copper alloys.

Copper and its alloys such as Brass and Copper Chromium are excellent choices for cold forging due to their ductility and malleability. These metals can be easily shaped, bent, or molded with minimal force, resulting in parts that are resistant to corrosion and rust.

Other the other hand Carbon steel, an alloy of iron and carbon, comes in different grades based on the carbon content, offering high strength and flexibility. Stainless steel, known for its corrosion resistance, appearance, and durability, is a widely used metal with various grades determined by its alloy content. While stainless steel is commonly used as a general term for steel with similar properties. Pahwa MetalTech specializes in cold forging components using all the mentioned materials.

Cold forging is particularly appealing to for high volume components because of its strength, durability, quality, and low cost. Because of their strong shock resistance, cold-forged parts are used in high-stress locations. Cold forged components include drive trains, drive shafts, and struts or shocks.

Brass Cold Forging


Due to the extended lifespan of the tools utilized, substantial potential advantages are achieved in extensive production runs.

Unique Design Choices

With a range of combination options available in cold forging, intricate geometries can be achieved reliably and cost-effectively.

Optimized Material Utilization

In cold forging, there is minimal leftover material compared to machining processes.


The materials used in cold forging exhibit an ideal grain orientation, resulting in enhanced mechanical and metallurgical characteristics.

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