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From Testing To End-Use Specifications Can Make Or Break Your Forging

When it comes to material specifications, the best thing you can do is ask a lot of questions. 

  • What is the application?
  • Are there drawings?
  • Is testing needed?
  • Will certifications be required?


The title of the specification may not always be enough. It often helps to know the grade and the class within the specification that we must forge to. These details allow us to understand better the testing and heat treat requirements for your component to certify that your forging meets those requirements. Let us supplement your team to help forge and certify your components. Continue learning what else you need to know about your forging when requesting a quote in the links below.

Scot Forge Difference

At Scot Forge, we know the importance of getting your parts on-time, as expected. However, for customers new to procuring forgings, ordering a forging that will meet all specifications for end-use applications may be a challenge, which is why finding a trusted supplier and partner is essential. Our employee-owners are here to ensure your project stays on track with our forgings by offering:

Pro Tip - Did you know near-net shapes can save you time and money? Oftentimes, a customer calls to order a disc, which they will later machine down to a more shaped part. By working with our technically trained sales team you can get as close to your finished product shape as possible to optimize your production process. 

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