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 Smith Forging | KT Forge

Steel Forging | Hot Forming | Cold Forming

We do
  1. Open Die, Hammer or Smith Forging
  2. Drop forging.(closed die)
  3. Press forging
  4. Upset forging
  5. Roll forging
  6. Swaging
Work With
  • All Steel Types including Carbon, Alloy and Stainless
  • Aluminum Silicon Bronze
  • Bronze
Worked for
  • Components for the Oil Related Industry
  • Automotive Industry
  • Transportation Industry
  • Ship Building Industry
  • Heavy Plant Engineering Industry
  • Vehicle Springs
  • Steel Works Equipment

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Worked On
  • Anti-Roll Bars
  • Automotive Leaf Springs
  • Box Tongs upto 12 inches
  • Bracket Work
  • Davit Arms
  • Engineering Parts and Repairs
  • Engineering Requirements - Bolts (Off Standard)
  • Forge Test Pieces
  • Heat Exchanger Fabrication
  • Jominy Test Pieces
  • Main Leafs for Locomotives
  • Open Die Forging
  • Prototypes and Small Production Runs
  • Shackles up to 40Kg
  • Special Hooks
  • Sporting Gun Parts (barrels - chop a lump)
  • Torsion Bars
  • more ...

Smith Forging

Our long list of clients include:
  • British Waterways
  • Bridon International
  • C F Booth Engineering Ltd
  • Europa Engineering
  • Firth Rixson Super Alloys
  • MAN Diesel Ltd
  • MBH Analytical Ltd
  • MSI Quality Forgings
  • National Railway Museum
  • National Railways
  • OutoKumpu Stainless Ltd
  • Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Sheffield Hallam University
  • Tata Steels
  • Tinsley Bridge Ltd
  • Wavin Pipeline Services
  • William Cook
  • many more ...
Forging worked between flat or simple contour dies by repeated strokes and manipulation of the workpiece. Also known as "hand" or "flat die " forging.Heavy workpieces could be processed using a smith-forging hammer, and smaller forgings are die formed in drop hammers. Smith forging hammers are typically steam or air-operated, consisting of a power actuated ram supported by a heavy cast iron frame. The final product is a result of the ram being powered into the dies containing the workpiece.