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copper forging

Copper is one of the simplest metals to work with, and it’s an affordable raw material. That makes it a good choice for beginners who are looking to get started in blacksmithing.

Both pure copper and its alloys are easy to forge using Ningbo Qili hot forging or cold forging techniques. They are also very durable and can be machined to final specifications.


Copper forging is a form of metal forming that utilizes heat and pressure to shape copper into various shapes. They are commonly used in a variety of applications, including those in the plumbing, electronics, automotive, power, and medical industries.

A copper hot forging can be made from a variety of alloys, depending on the desired application. Some common alloys are brass, phosphor bronze, aluminum bronze, and silicon bronze.

In the process of forging, a piece of copper is heated and then put in the right forging dies. A hammer is then used to strike down on the heated copper in order to shape it into the desired shape.

This process can be completed quickly and efficiently, as the forging dies are designed to allow for maximum speed in the production of Ningbo Qili copper forgings. This allows for a higher degree of precision in the shape that can be created and helps prevent slag buildup from occurring during the forming process.

After the forged blank has been formed, it is then annealed and treated to improve its surface finish. This is important as it allows for a more uniform finish on the product and can help reduce manufacturing costs.

In some cases, forgings are also processed using cold forging processes. This is done to ensure a consistent product and can be used for parts that may require specific finishing.

When a copper forging is not finished properly, it can cause issues with its function. This can be especially true in the case of electrical components, where they may not be able to conduct electricity properly.

As a result, it is important that you anneal the forged copper frequently, as this can help to remove any oxides that have formed during the forming process. This will make the copper easier to work with and reduce the chance of cracking.

Copper and brass can be made easier to work with by forging, which can be useful in many industries. This includes increased strength, impact and abrasion resistance, and leak resistance. It can also help reduce overall cost by allowing for less expensive tooling and reducing the number of variations in the final part dimensions.

Why choose Ningbo Qili copper forging?

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