Forging is made up of a diverse group of hot and cold shaping processes and produces parts varying in weight from several tons to a few ounces. In this chapter hot forging has been grouped with hot and cold rolling, as both can be considered primary forming operations which are largely confined to the forge or steelworks. Cold forging is normally a factory forming operation and in consequence has been included with other factory forming processes in Chapter 6.
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