The parts we create are strategically necessary in the manufacture of aircraft, stationary turbines, landing gear, automotive crankshaft, and flight control actuation systems, to name a few. Everything we do is custom designed and custom ordered.
We produce high precision closed die forgings out of a variety of materials. Our forgings can range from one half pound to 400 pounds in size and ¾ inch up to 60 inches in length.
The materials we use include, but are not limited to:
Everything we do is custom designed and custom ordered. Our product lines include, but are not limited to:
Pacific Forge is in full compliance and certified to meet ISO 9001-2008, AS9100C and all other customer requirements. We are a wholly owned subsidiary of AVIS Corporation. Our company has approvals from major Aerospace companies including Boeing, Goodrich, Heroux Devtek, GE Aviation, Parker Aerospace, and Lockheed Aircraft to name a few.
Pacific Forge is experienced in a variety of forgings including, but not limited to:
The 100 year old forging process creates stronger parts than those manufactured by any other metalworking process. When combined with modern technology this proven process yields the strongest, most reliable and sophisticated parts available today. We meet our customers’ needs by operating a full range of equipment. The traditional hammers, anvils and bellows which served blacksmiths well in the past have transformed through modern technology. At Pacific Forge, we use only the most up-to-date equipment in order to produce superior, custom-made products. Whatever our customers need: we have the best tools to make it!
Forms metal into shape with controlled high pressure impact blows.
• Steam-drop forging hammers ranging in size from 3,000 to 16,000 pounds
Forms metal into shape vertically with controlled high impact mechanical force
• 2500T Ajax mechanical forging press
A horizontal press.
• 2 ½ inch upset capability
Replacing the hearth and bellows are these highly controlled forge furnaces
• Calibrated to ANSI/NSCL Z540-1
• Certified to AMS H-6875.
It all begins in the Engineering Department. Before any die is set, our customers sit down with our engineers to work through the initial design. We encourage concurrent engineering for design so our customers' requests are met with precision.
Once the project concept is determined, we take it through an extensive engineering and mechanical design process. Our engineers utilize Auto CAD 2016, CATIA V5-6 R2015, Desk Inventor 2016 and ForgING Simulation software to design dies, create blueprints, and simulate the forging process prior to the actual production run.
Our engineers use modern technology to solve all potential problems before the part is completed.
We use state-of-the-art machinery for product production. We perform secondary processes on site including grinding, shot blasting, hardness testing, magnetic particle inspection, trimming and coining.
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