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Forming process, also known as Metal Forming, is a significant manufacturing process by which raw material is converted into a product. Various stresses like tension, compression, shear, etc., are applied to deform the raw material. In the forming process, no material is removed; it is completely displaced and deformed into the required shape.

Advantages of Forming

They are inherently tough and have an excellent strength

  • Optimum utilization of raw material

  • Thin sections can be produced without reducing the strength

  • It is possible to achieve close dimensional accuracy

  • It has high production rates

Engineering Success

In metal forming (cold or hot), localized compressive force is applied through a forming tool on the workpiece. This force generates high contact pressures at the workpiece/tool interface, and as a result, the workpiece is deformed to deliver a desired shape and surface of the product.

Examples of forming processes are sheet metal manufacturing, forging, rolling, extrusion, wire drawing, thread rolling, rotary swinging, etc.


MIIPL Expertise

MIIPL’s Engineers are keen to estimate the load and product quality in the metal forming process. MIIPL employs various modeling techniques for this purpose, for example, slab method, slip line field method, upper bound method, finite difference method, and finite element method.


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  • Medical devices

  • Large parts and components

  • Consumer products

  • Automotive components

  • Plastic housings

  • Telecommunication devices

  • Plastic packaging

  • Instrument panels

  • Domestic Appliance

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