Copper Forgings

Non-standard Customized Copper Forgings

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Copper forgings refer to forged parts used in various fields, made of copper materials (such as brass, copper, bronze, etc.). Copper forgings have good electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity and corrosion resistance, and are widely used in electronics, construction, aerospace, automobiles, machinery and other industries.

Brass forgings

Common Copper Forgings

  ● Copper pipe forgings: various pipes and connectors, such as pipe joints, pipe elbows, pipe flanges, etc.

  ● Copper plate forgings: electronic equipment, decorative materials, building components, etc., such as copper plate walls, copper plate roofs, copper plate doors and windows, etc.

  ● Copper ring forgings: manufacture bearings, seals, connectors, etc., such as copper ring bearings, copper ring seals, etc.

  ● Copper alloy forgings: Forgings made of copper alloy materials, such as copper-aluminum alloy, copper-tin alloy, copper-nickel alloy, etc., are used in aerospace, automobile, machinery and other fields.

Copper forgings have the following characteristics

  ● Good electrical and thermal conductivity: With excellent electrical and thermal conductivity, it is suitable for applications that need to conduct current and heat.

  ● Good plasticity: easy to process into various shapes and sizes, suitable for complex forging process.

  ● Corrosion resistance: It has good corrosion resistance and can be used in wet or corrosive environments.

  ● Weldability: It is easy to weld with other materials (such as steel, aluminum, etc.), and can realize the combined application of various materials.

Red punch forged copper

Copper parts forging process

  ● Choose a suitable copper material, usually choose a copper material with higher purity to ensure the quality of the product.

  ● Heating the copper material to a certain temperature, usually around 700°C, makes the copper material soft and easy to forge.

  ● The heated copper material is placed in a forging machine, where it is deformed into the desired shape by means such as hammering or pressure.

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