What is precision forging
Precision forging refers to the forming technology that only needs a small amount of processing or no more processing to meet the requirements of parts after forging. Precision forging is an important part of advanced manufacturing technology, and also a widely used part manufacturing process in automobile, mining, energy, construction, aviation, aerospace, weapons and other industries. Precision forging not only saves materials and energy, reduces processing procedures and equipment, but also significantly improves productivity and product quality, reduces production costs, thus improving the market competitiveness of products.
On August 2, CRCC Heavy Equipment Base was completed and put into operation in Xiangyang, Hubei Province. The picture shows a 900 ton beam carrier in production. On July 28, the cold leg bend of the main pipe of Unit 1 of Sanmen Nuclear Power Station, the world's first third-generation AP1000 nuclear power plant, completed the bending forming process in the hydraulic locomotive workshop of China Erzhong Forging Branch, marking that Erzhong has mastered the most difficult bending forming core technology in the manufacturing process of the cold leg bend of AP1000.