Do you need something custom forged? Anderson Shumaker has got you covered! We are an industry leader in forging durable, custom parts. Furthermore, we forge in a variety of materials for many industries and applications.
Our Custom Forgings
We can take our customers’ demanding requirements and create custom parts from forge to finish machining. Best of all, we do so with no tooling charge, flexible delivery, and we stock a variety of materials in-house. Therefore, we can start projects quickly and efficiently. We specialize in forging prototypes. Our custom forgings offer excellent fatigue resistance and grain structure, and endless possibilities in configurations. We also specialize in short runs. For example, if a customer needs just one part, we can forge it. This is unlike our competition, who often require multiple parts to place an order.
Open Die Forging
How do we make our custom forgings? With open die forging, of course! We are an industry leader in this forging technique. Above all, open die forging results in metallurgical soundness and improved mechanical properties. We know that a part’s strength, toughness, and general durability depend on the material’s grain placement. Therefore, our techniques ensure a high degree of grain refinement.
The final step in forging a custom piece is typically machining. Machining achieves accuracy and a desired finish. To this end, Anderson Shumaker keeps machining and finishing in-house, because we like saving our customers both time and money.
In all our custom forgings, we offer:
- Excellent fatigue resistance and improved microstructure
- Finer grain size and continuous grain flow
- Increased strength (longer product life)
- Reduced chance of voids in finished product
- Less material waste (cost savings)
No matter what type of forging our customers need, Anderson Shumaker has got them covered!
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