Forged parts are a type of metal component that is produced using a specialized manufacturing process called forging. This process involves applying high levels of pressure and force to shape a piece of metal into a specific shape or form. Forged parts are known for their excellent mechanical properties, including high strength, durability, and resistance to fatigue.
The forging process involves heating the metal to a specific temperature and then shaping it using a press or hammer. This causes the metal to become more ductile, which allows it to be molded into complex shapes without cracking or breaking. The end result is a part with a uniform grain structure that is stronger and more durable than parts made using other manufacturing techniques.