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Synonyms for forge

Synonyms for forge

to shape, break, or flatten with repeated blows

to create by forming, combining, or altering materials

to make a fraudulent copy of

to move or advance against strong resistance

Synonyms for forge

furnace consisting of a special hearth where metal is heated before shaping

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a workplace where metal is worked by heating and hammering

create by hammering

make a copy of with the intent to deceive

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come up with (an idea, plan, explanation, theory, or principle) after a mental effort

move ahead steadily

move or act with a sudden increase in speed or energy


make out of components (often in an improvising manner)

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In addition, with design of a die set including die insert and stress ring, cold forging of the bevel gear was experimented to estimate effectiveness of the designed process, in fgure 6) the showm the design process for the closed die forging of the bevel gear for the 3D FE analysis.
Firstly, finite element method is used to simulate the cold forging process of the spur gear with two-dimensional axisymmetrical model, and the strain distributions and velocity distributions are investigated through the post processor.
7 mm, respectively, for micro cold forging and upsetting experiments.
Mr Knoerr, for example, believes the nanophase carbide tooling would be of benefit to his research in cold forging.
GlacialTech' cold forging thermal solutions lineup includes from 30W to 100W, which is generally the most suitable range for cold forging LED lighting solutions.
Among the companies working in partnership with Benchmarks at the Skillcentre are Birmingham-based supplies and services cold forging machines company Alstate Engineering, GKS Centrepiece in Smethwick, and West Bromwich-based CBM Skill Centre.
In the third, hot forging produces a blank, for example, a material that would work harden severely if cold forged; and subsequent cold forging can include any common cold-forging method.
GlacialTech has now developed innovative cold forging technology for LED thermal modules.
Meanwhile, Wednesfield cold forging company Holzer has acquired a Black Country rival for an undisclosed sum.
The process is a hybrid of hot and cold forming, extending the range of sizes and materials formerly handled by cold forging, but also taking work stepping down from hot forging.
ForeignTRADEX is committed to promoting and connecting companies looking to buy and sell precision machining, contract assembly, MIG and TIG welding, cold forging, vertical, horizontal and Swiss machining as well as metalworking, EDM, custom-made precision parts, tooling, made-to-order components and other machine shop and contract manufacturing services," said Ms.
Metaldyne Precision Forming is a leading supplier of net-formed gears, shafts, constant velocity joints, air bag related and other components for automotive applications, using warm and cold forging, and finished machining manufacturing processes.
Neumeyer was the first manufacturer to use cold forging technology, which was invented by employee Adolf Liebergeld in 1934.
The current facility produces steel for makers of cold-headed fasteners, bearings, specialty springs, cold forgings, and cold finished bars.
They are specialized in all sorts of metal parts, whether they are cables, boards, hot & cold forgings, hooks, metal rings or buckles.