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The Scot Forge customer value engineering team brings the knowledge of custom forging experts to work in your plant, helping you to achieve long-term cost reductions and improved lead times through:
Our Forge Engineering team brings more than 90 years of combined experience to your project, which includes first-hand blacksmithing and modern simulation technology. They have developed a unique semi-closed die forging technique that allows for the flexibility of open die forging with the near-net shape of closed die. This method allows the conversion of pieces from castings or fabrications to forging that were once thought not possible or cost effective.
Our technically trained Account Managers, Forge Development team and Metallurgists can increase your product value with customized solutions that meet your existing requirements. Even the simplest material change or process modification has helped many Scot Forge customers realize significant savings.
How we deliver added value for our customers:
Even the simplest material change or process modification has helped many Scot Forge customers realize significant savings. Below are just a few examples.
Our Forge Engineering team has a full range of simulation capabilities that enable more precise tool design and optimal forge process plans. As a result, material and machining requirements are reduced, minimizing costs and turnaround times.
Our accurate simulations model a wide range of metalworking and material characteristics including:
Scot Forge is capable of adding our forge engineers and metallurgical experts to your team to study and evaluate alloy compositions to create material that is capable of meeting the strict criteria for forged components used in markets such as Maritime, Aerospace and Defense applications. Resulting in the development of a alloys that offer better properties with potential material cost savings. Download this case study to learn more.