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Learn how gray or ductile iron is heated and poured into a pattern (mold) to produce intricate shapes.
The process of quality steelmaking is a detailed process requiring skilled operators, as well as state-of-the-art equipment.
Open Die Forging
Open die forging uses flat or slightly contoured dies to form shapes. The dies do not encompass the entire work piece thus providing unrestricted metal flow.
Closed Die Forging
Closed die forging shapes hot metal completely within the walls or cavities of two dies that come together to enclose the work piece on all sides.
EGI uses a Loewy forge press to shape continuous grain flow crankshafts.
Machining is a process that removes excess material from a work piece using a machine tool.