6 Years manufacturer Metal Forms Supply to New Zealand

6 Years manufacturer
 Metal Forms Supply to New Zealand

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Steel products can also be divided by their shapes. We can produce in the following shapes: Forged bars Length up to 16,000 mm Round from 80 to 1,200 mm Ø Square from 140 mm to 460 mm Flat from 30 x 25 mm to 2.000 x 600 mm(in case of a smaller width correspondingly thicker)             Shafts Barrel/flange diameter up to 1.600 mm Ø Length up to 15.000 mm Weight from 10 kg to 35.000 kg             Discs, pu...


  • Length: 3-5.8mm or Customization
  • Surface: black, peeled, or rough turned
  • Heat treatment: air-cooling, normalized, annealed, Q&T
  • Smelting process: EAF+LF+VD
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    "Quality first, Honesty as base, Sincere service and mutual profit" is our idea, in order to develop continuously and pursue the excellence for 6 Years manufacturer Metal Forms Supply to New Zealand, Create Values,Serving Customer!" is the aim we pursue. We sincerely hope that all customers will establish long term and mutually beneficial cooperation with us.If you wish to get more details about our company, Please contact with us now.


    Steel products can also be divided by their shapes. We can produce in the following shapes:

    Forged bars

    Length up to 16,000 mm
    Round from 80 to 1,200 mm Ø
    Square from 140 mm to 460 mm
    Flat from 30 x 25 mm to 2.000 x 600 mm
    (in case of a smaller width correspondingly thicker)

    [Translate to English:] Geschmiedete Stäbe
               

    Shafts

    Barrel/flange diameter up to 1.600 mm Ø
    Length up to 15.000 mm
    Weight from 10 kg to 35.000 kg

    [Translate to English:] Wellen
               

    Discs, punched discs, hubs

    Diameter up to 1.200 mm
    (smaller dias correspondingly thicker)
    Thickness up to 600 mm

     

     

    [Translate to English:] Scheiben, Lochscheiben, Nabenscheiben
               

    Blocks, plates (forged three-dimensionally)

    Length max. 6.000 mm
    Width max. 1.800 mm
    Thickness max. 1.000 mm
    (in case of smaller thickness greater length and width)
    Weight max. 30.000 kg

     

     

    [Translate to English:] Blöcke, Platten
               

    Forged tubes, cylinders and other hollow forgings

    Inner diameter 160 mm to 600 mm
    Length up to 1,200 mm
    Weight up to 10.000 kg

     

     

    [Translate to English:] Geschmiedete Hohlstäbe, Zylinder
               

    Forged rings

    Outer diameter up to 2.400 mm
    Height up to 2.200 mm
    Weight up to 25.000 kg

    [Translate to English:] Geschmiedete Ringe
               

    Seamless rolled rings

    Outer diameter up to 3.500 mm
    Height up to 800 mm
    Weight 10 kg to 8.000 kg

    [Translate to English:] Nahtlos gewalzte Ringe
              

    We can also produce according to clients' designs. If you have your own design, just feel free to contact us.

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  • Here is Jeff Benson of http://www.bensondesigns.com/ in Green Bay, WIsconsin
    He is forging down a 2 1/4″ square mild steel bar into a post roughly 1 1/4″ square for a railing.
    I suggest you have a look at Jeff’s work



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