Ken Forging

1049 Griggs Rd, Jefferson, Ohio, 44047 United States View map
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Closed Die Forgings

Ken Forging Inc. provides high quality closed die forgings that are made to the tightest tolerances. The closed die forging process is used to create a virtually unlimited variety of 3-D shapes, and we supply products ranging from eyebolts and nuts to turnbuckle assemblies and fittings. Custom forgings up to a 250 Lbs. maximum are also available.  We are committed to providing quality products, fast delivery, and achieving total customer satisfaction. Contact us today or visit our website to fill out one of our FORGExpress quote inquiry forms to learn more about the ideal forgings for your application.

Closed die forgings

Closed die forging, also known as impression die forging, involves the use of two or more dies that enclose the work piece. As opposed to open die forging, the flow of metal is restricted by the dies, which allows forgings to have tighter tolerances and more complex shapes.

In addition to forging, we perform a range of in-house operations to create products that meet all of your requirements. For instance, our forgings are available with a variety of threadings including UNF, UNC, metric, and ACME. The options for materials include stainless steel, carbon steel, and steel alloys of many grades.  We can offer standard finishes such as plain, electro galvanized, hot dipped, and electro polished.

Closed die forging expertise

In the 45 years we have been in business, we have gained extensive experience forging a wide range of products. Since the beginning, when the company was started in a small garage in Cleveland, Ohio, we have been supplying top quality industrial hardware. Thanks to our dedication to complete customer satisfaction, we have grown to become one of the country’s leading manufacturers of forgings.

Closed die forgings process

Our cutting-edge facility is outfitted with all of the equipment needed for a one-stop shop in the forging industry. The size of our plant is over 250,000 square feet, including a 12,000 square foot packing and shipping department. We utilize a stringent quality assurance program to ensures zero defects in our forgings.