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Over the years, the forging technique in CFS Company has been always updated. Our steel forging, aluminum forging and copper forging services gave rise to various applications in construction, agriculture, automotive, machinery, and so much more. As a leading forging company in China, it’s our duty to ensure the products we produce are of the highest quality at a price our customers can afford. Our customers cover many different industries and we have the experience and track record to provide the level of detail each industry requires.


There is a stigma that forging parts produced in China are low-quality and made from sub-par materials. While some dubious, fly-by-night companies may cut corners, here at CFS Forge, we do not. We use only high-quality materials to produce all the forgings for our customers. In fact, all the forgings produced in our facilities are 100% quality guaranteed. As long as the design is suitable for forging process, we have the confidence to ensure high quality products by working closely with our customers.
Equipments in off-highway industry need to offer reliable performance, especially in unpredictable and rugged working environments. To achieve high working performance, off-highway equiment manufacturers ask drop forging companies to produce machine parts in good strength. These drop forged parts can effectively improve the working effeciency and serving life.

At CFS Forge, we are a qualified drop forging company in China with over 30 years' forging experience. According to our client's requirements, we can produce and export net, near-net, and finished drop forged products for a wide range of industries, including off-highway. By working closely with our customers in the off-highway industry, we always produce strong and durable drop forgings that meet and even beyond the industry’s standards.
Aluminum Forging in CFS Company
When it comes to drop forging metals, anyone working in the metals industry knows that use of aluminum is growing, that is because forged aluminum is strong while maintaining its light weight. Even if the price of aluminum is fluctuating, the demand of aluminum forging is still increasing compared to steel forging and copper forging.


Due to the fast growth in transportation and construction industries, aluminum’s upward trend is expected to continue over the next several years. According to one market report, the worldwide market for aluminum alloys is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.8 percent through 2020, with market revenue rising in the U.S. from $91.2 billion in 2013 to $126.5 billon in 2020. Another report states that in the global automotive industry alone, aluminum use is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.4 percent over 2015-2020.

CFS Forge, as a key drop forging supplier to automotive and other aluminum forging-consuming industries, the skills of our workers and forging equipments are always improved. The unique properties of aluminum forging require us to be equipped with the right forging tools and techniques.

Aluminum forging has the advantage of the addition of deformation energy to further refine and improve the metallurgy of the shape being created. Through mechanical and thermomechanical deformation energy applied, originally cast ingots of aluminum are shaped and reshaped, changing the internal microstructure. Any inclusions or alloy concentrations are dispersed, and any voids are crushed and eliminated. Forging energy drives the recrystallization of the microstructure, creating enhanced durability and toughness. Forged aluminum is not usually able to produce shapes as complex as cast aluminum. This often requires additional machining operations which adds to the cost of using aluminum forging. The improved properties of forged aluminum product outweigh cost issues, however, when safety, reliability and the cost of component failure are the greatest challenges.

In summary, forged aluminum is strong, which is the ideal choice when aluminum components must exhibit maximum strength and performance in service, where weight is minimized. 
Drop Forged Track Link for Forest Machine Tracks
Forest machine tracks are the tracks to suit almost all cut-to-length forestry machines and skidders. Forest machinery tracks are manufactured from special boron alloy steel. The durability and toughness of the steel is maximised using specialised induction heating processes. Specifically designed and manufactured steel sections and forgings are used to give high performance combined with the longest possible working life. Each set of tracks has been manufactured for use with a particular tyre.


The drop forging process can create track links that are stronger than those manufactured by any other metalworking process. This is why forgings are almost always used for forest machine tracks.

Drop forging is one of the oldest metal-forming processes that is still used as of this date.  
Did you know drop forging process is already 6,000 years old! Fascinating, right?

The art of the drop forging techniques dates to at least 4000 BC and earlier. The hot forging of metals all began in the land of Mesopotamia, between the Tigris and the Euphrates.

Bronze and iron went through the drop forging process by the early man to produce hand tools, weapons of war, and jewelry. However, the very first recorded metal, forged by fire and employed by humans was Gold. To shape the metal, rock was used as a drop forging hammer. Until the end of the 19th century, the precision drop forging of iron and steel continued.
Anodizing on Forged or Machined Aluminum Parts
In order to properly anodize forged or machined aluminum parts, the surface must first be cleaned and rinsed before getting placed into a bath of an electrolytic solution, primarily either sulfuric or chromic acid. This provides a electrically conductive coating that contains a number of positive and negative ions.  

So how does this process really work? Well, once the anodizing process is underway, a positive electric charge is sent through the aluminum, while a negative charge is applied to plates in the electrolyte. Basically, the electric current forces the positive ions to attract to the negatively charged plates while the negative ions are attracted to the forged or machined aluminum part, which the positive anode.

From here, the electrochemical reaction forces pores to open up on the surface of the aluminum so that the positive ions can escape. In a uniformly geometric pattern, these pores dig down into the substrate of the part. The combination of the aluminum surface and negatively charged ions create a barrier layer, which is known in the anodizing aluminum process as the surface layer the makes parts resistant to corrosion.

Drop Forging is becoming one of the most relied upon manufacturing methods due to its reliable quality and strength. Drop Forging is used in the production of a wide range of products that can be found in just about any industry or vertical you can think of.


When starting a drop forging project, there are a number of metals and alloys that can be used. Each of the alloys has unique physical characteristics that have benefits for different applications. It can be tricky to understand all of the mechanical properties, physical properties, and the compositions of different alloys, so it’s always a good idea to speak with an experienced drop forging company. The most commonly used drop forged metals are: steel, aluminum and copper.

When it comes to drop forging, quality assurance is critical. Drop forging product testing is a step in the process that you simply cannot omit. There are a great many ways a drop forging can fail, and if those failures are allowed to slip through, it can be catastrophic to your finished products. There must be an effective quality control procedure in place to test for all the possible failure events a drop forged part can experience.

Product testing for quality assurance can be effective if you take the time to do it properly. It is extremely important because it helps you avoid sending defective parts to customers. Defective parts can cause customer production delays, excess costs, property damage and personal injury, and they can also tarnish your reputation. Quality assurance also helps you identify areas in your process you can streamline and improve to consistently produce a better product. We at CFS Forge believe strongly in the importance of good quality control.
Why Choose CFS Company for Your Drop Forging Needs
At CFS, we have over 150 employees on three shifts that are dedicated to making high quality drop forged parts that are within specifications and delivered on time. It is our goal to make continuous improvements on production, delivery, service and quality management.


Our Drop Forging Division has forging equipments in 2,500 tons, 1,600 tons, 1,200 tons, 1,000tons, 600 tons, 300 tons, etc. All these drop forging equipments enable us to drop forge products ranging from 0.2kg-30kgs. We have been supplying drop forged parts for any industry needed. We also have a complete Tool Room facility on the premises to build precise forging dies that insure process repeatability.
The automotive industry relies on drop forging for a variety of applications. Most automobiles have many metal parts that must be drop forged into specific shapes. Drop forging is the perfect method for making these parts. When choosing a metal for the drop forging process, steel or aluminum are often obvious choices. These metals are very strong and lightweight, making them ideal in the automotive industry.

At the same time, steel is one of the easiest metals to forge, and steel drop forging for automotive parts offers numerous benefits. Steel drop forging combines a high level of production efficiency, superior quality and cost-effectiveness. Here’s our guide to using drop forging for automobile parts, including benefits, applications and the drop forging process in the industry.
The automotive industry has greatly benefited from the forging process, specifically either hot or cold forging, thanks to their high-demand for complex shapes. Some specific forging parts used by the automotive industry include: engine parts, steering parts, automatic and manual transmission systems, etc.

Most of the automotive parts are made from forged steel or forged aluminum. Steel has always ruled when it comes to automotive production. Forged steel is strong and when you forge it, it becomes stronger yet. However, forged steel is heavy and tends to corrode with road chemicals. There has been a push of late to reduce vehicle weight and reduce corrosion on equipment caused by road chemicals. One solution to these problems is the more extensive use of aluminum components.