It is a hot forming of metal into a required geometry to achieve a desired strength in mechanical properties
Ring rolled forging is produced from bar stocked, upset, pierced and ring rolled to meet ID and OD requirements.
Ring rolling is using a ring of smaller diameter, rolling into a precise ring of larger diameter and a reduced cross section. This is accomplished by the use of two rollers, one driven and one idle, acting on either side of the ring’s cross section
Advantages of Ring Rolled Forging:
This forging process is forming a metal into the required shape by way of force hammering or hydraulic pressing
In open-die forging, a hydraulic press or hammer delivers a force to form the workpiece, which is manually or remotely operated, in which case toolings are employed, to shape the metal to the desired geometry
A process where the pre-determined metal input is placed between two engraved die and formed to shape by hammering or compression
This forging process is forming a metal into the required shape by way of force hammering or hydraulic pressing without any additional tooling