The difference between forging and casting

Forge Meaning, forge definition: It is one of the two major components of forging (forging and stamping) by using a forging machine to apply pressure to a metal blank to plastically deform it to obtain a forging with certain mechanical properties, a certain shape and size. Casting: A method in which liquid metal is cast into a casting cavity that conforms to the shape of the part and is cooled and solidified to obtain a part or blank.

Forging: A method of hammering or the like to make a metal material in a plastic state into a workpiece having a certain shape and size, and changing its physical properties. Casting: A method in which a metal is melted into a liquid, poured into a mold, cooled and solidified, and cleaned to obtain a casting of a desired shape. Can be made into a variety of shapes and shapes of objects.

Forging is generally used in the processing of forgings of a certain shape and size. Casting is a relatively economical method of forming blanks and is generally used on parts with complex shapes.

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