Additional Services

Complete Forging Solutions

Forge Resources Group’s services go well beyond the forging process – we provide our customers with complete forging solutions. Our in-house post-forge teams offer additional forging services for parts. We also coordinate supporting vendors to finish a part as required.  Our management of these processes enables a shortened total production period and timely delivery of a finished product. 

In-House Post-Forge Solutions

  • Assembly – Fitting together the separate parts of a part, machine, or tool.
  • Shot Blasting – The process of shooting small metal beads against a part at high velocity to remove impurities.
  • Bead Blasting – A process of cleaning a metal part whereby excess metal or scale is removed from a raw forging by means of shooting an abrasive substance, such as sand or glass beads against a part.
  • Vibro Peen Marking – Engraving the metal with your part number, company logo, and more.
  • Heat Treating – The heating and cooling of metals to change their physical and mechanical properties, without letting them change their shape.
  • Magnetic Particle Inspection –  A method for detecting cracks or other imperfections in ferromagnetic materials such as iron and steel by applying magnetic particles upon a piece and measuring the magnetic flow. A discontinuity is indicated by a distortion in the distribution of the magnetic particles.
  • Hardness Testing – Measures the strength of material using various methods.
  • Non-Destructive Testing – Analysis techniques used to evaluate the properties of a material, component, or system without causing damage.

Vendor Specializations

  • Coating – Covering that is applied to the surface of a forging. The purpose of applying the coating may be functional, aesthetic, or both.
  • Destructive Testing – An evaluation technique used to analyze the properties of forged materials or components that verifies the stress resistance limits until damage occurs.
  • Galvanizing – A layering process used to apply a protective coating of zinc to a forging.
  • Heat Treating – The heating and cooling of metals to change their physical and mechanical properties, without letting them change their shape.
  • Machining – A manufacturing process such as abrading, cutting, drilling, forming, grinding, and or shaping of a piece of metal or other material performed by machine tools such as lathes, power saws, and presses.
  • Painting – The practice of applying a coating, pigment, color, or another medium to a solid surface to cover a part of surfaces and to provide improved durability for a forging yield improved longevity in harsh environments.
  • Powder Coating – A process that consists of applying a non-solvent-based coat of paint that is applied in powder form: it does not require a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid suspension form as does a liquid paint.


FRG is ISO 9001, AS 9100, and ITAR compliant. Continuous improvement is achieved by ongoing Six Sigma and active 5S programs. All facilities abide by our corporate quality policy and vision statement.

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