Like anyone in the business that involves working with metals extensively knows that casting and forging are instrumental in preparing metal for a particular required job. As top quality producers ourselves, we as a casting and forgings company not only hold to the industry standards but exceed them by a mile when it comes to carrying out the processes of casting and forging.

We use casting and forging processes to prepare metals for making a particular product or for a specific task and they play a huge role in producing the products that we put out. Due to the vitality of the processes of casting and forging, we are unwilling to outsource them to a third party. We value them too much and recognize their strength too well in the manufacturing process to take them lightly as many of our competitors so often do. Rather, we have hired some of the best professionals in the field of casting and forging metals that help us prepare the metal that ultimately goes into the products we produce. Even though they are used interchangeable for wrong reasons in our industry, the processes of casting and forging differ too much for this but the average knowledge of most of our competitors makes them overlook this grave difference.

The process of casting of course involves heating a piece of metal to the level where it transforms into molten form. This temperature is also known as the melting point of a metal. While the process of forging the metal comprises of using the heat and mechanical energy to shape the piece of metal in a particular way.

The process of forging does not require that the metal be melted as in the casting process. In forging, the metal is usually in solid state while its' shape is transformed according to the needs of the moment. There are further differences between the two but the aforementioned difference stands out. Ami Gears, a casting and forgings company, pays meticulous attention during both the processes so that the product that comes out is usable for a particular purpose.