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Three plants. Two joint ventures. Over a million square feet of manufacturing space. More than 500 employee-owners dedicated to the performance of every piece of metal forged, every deadline and every challenge -- all to create, deliver and measure superior value for our customers.
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Our capabilities include eight hydraulic open die presses, four ring mills, six pneumatic hammers, one bar planishing mill and one hydraulic upset press. We produce parts that weigh from 1 lb. to 300,000 lbs. in carbon, alloy, stainless steel, tool steel, copper, aluminum, nickel, and other ferrous and non-ferrous materials. Shapes that are readily forged include bars (round, square, flat or hex), blanks, rings, hubs, step-down shafts, hollows, and unusual, contoured custom shapes achieved by torch cutting and other secondary processing. We also feature Tartan Bars®—sound-center, rolled-surface round bars—a unique product produced only by Scot Forge. Additionally, we offer all downstream value-added processes including saw cutting, heat treating, contour torch cutting, destructive testing, metallurgical analysis and Level III nondestructive testing.
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