Custom Forged Parts & Metal Fabrication Services | Modern Group

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Manufacturing Capabilities
Metal Forging

Manufacturing Capabilities

At Modern Group, we have over 100 years of experience in helping our customers find forged solutions to their needs. Our engineers and metallurgists work closely with customers to develop a superior quality forged product that consistently exceeds expectations.

What is Forging?

Custom metal forging is the process of turning raw metal into a specific shape through a closed die process. The right metal forging techniques can create anything from an automotive exhaust flange to a blade applicator durable enough to withstand extreme environments and heavy use.

Here are the common custom metal forging techniques we use:

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Our programmable hammers can work with materials up to 50 pounds and 36 inches, delivering up to 96,000 pounds of force.

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Round or asymmetrical components can be custom press forged in our facility with a tonnage of up to 4,000 tons.

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We provide cross-rolled components up to 30 inches in length and 4 inches in diameter for your automotive, agricultural, or industrial purposes.

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Custom Forging Components

Expect the highest quality custom forge manufacturing components designed specifically for your application. We’re proud to serve the energy, defense, aerospace, agriculture, and other industries with stringent quality control methods and diverse components. Consider these examples of parts we can supply with our custom metal forging services:

  • Grain augers
  • Universal joints
  • Tie rods
  • Exhaust flanges
  • Ventilation components
  • Nuts and bolts
  • Hardware

Unlike metal casting services, which tend to create more porous components, forged parts offer greater leak resistance and corrosion resistance for your specific application.

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Forging Materials

As a custom forge manufacturer, we have long-standing relationships with the top material suppliers in North America.  Our metallurgists and forging engineers will work with you to select materials for your forged parts manufacturing needs, no matter the application.

In addition, we regularly partner with customers and material suppliers to customize material grades to achieve performance, quality, and cost objectives. Whether you need to match the material of an existing component or are designing a new product for your industry, we’re experienced in forging components using a diverse range of materials. 

Materials that we that we forge include:

  • Carbon Steel
  • Alloy Steel
  • Stainless Steel
  • Tool Steel (H-11, H-13, S-7)
  • Aluminum
  • Inconel
  • And More!

Custom Forging Capabilities

Part geometry, material, and application each play a role in determining the optimal forging process. Our breadth of capabilities allows us to design the right forging process that efficiently produces a quality part, every time. Our capabilities include:

Metal Forging Industries

We partner with leading manufacturers, and perform to the stringent quality and delivery expected in these industries:

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Forging Certifications

At Modern Group, we are ISO 9001:2015, AS9100 and NADCAP certified. We offer high-quality services across the board, and our forging experts offer superior forging and customer support.

The Modern Group Difference

Order close tolerance, and near net forgings today with Modern Group. We carefully craft components that can stand the test of time. Contact us today to see why we’ve had a reputation as a quality forged parts manufacturer for over 100 years.

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Modern continually looks to expand and modernize, while remaining committed to the quality and service our customers have come to expect over our more than 100 year history.