2.6 Additional Information Sources

Although industry standards for forging design, dimensions and tolerances, processing and material composition are available from standards organizations such as ASTM, SAE and ASA, Forging Industry Association serves an important clearing house function for wide ranging supplementary information of value to specifiers and buyers of forgings as well as the forging industry and its suppliers. Following is a partial list of resource material available through FIA, which are shown in Figure 2-3.


Figure 2-3 For additional information on forging processes and capabilities contact Forging Industry Association

  • Forging Handbook. This is a basic resource for newcomers to forging as well as forging experts. It contains information on applications, design principles, materials and manufacturing techniques.
  • Open Die Forging Technology. This handbook compiles information on manufacturing equipment, methods and design considerations of open die forgings and includes a special section on ring rolling.
  • Custom Forging Capability Guide. This comprehensive listing of locations and facilities of FIA member companies is published approximately every two years. An electronic (and fully searchable) version of the Guide can be accessed through FIA's website at http://www.forging.org.
  • Forging Solutions Technical Bulletins (Series) This series places emphasis on the benefits of using forgings. Case histories are provided, which highlight cost savings and performance advantages in designing for forgings.
  • Making The Most of Forging Benefits (Series) This series of brochures is designed to educate users or potential users of forgings about the benefits of designing with forgings.
  • Forging Resources This is a guide to publications, videotapes, handbooks and other resources for and about the forging industry.

For more information on any of these resources, contact Forging Industry Association.

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Although industry standards for forging design, dimensions and tolerances, processing and material composition are available from standards organizations such as ASTM, SAE and ASA, Forging Industry Association serves an important clearing house function for wide ranging supplementary information of value to specifiers and buyers of forgings as well as the forging industry and its suppliers. Following is a partial list of resource material available through FIA, which are shown in Figure 2-3.


Figure 2-3 For additional information on forging processes and capabilities contact Forging Industry Association

  • Forging Handbook. This is a basic resource for newcomers to forging as well as forging experts. It contains information on applications, design principles, materials and manufacturing techniques.
  • Open Die Forging Technology. This handbook compiles information on manufacturing equipment, methods and design considerations of open die forgings and includes a special section on ring rolling.
  • Custom Forging Capability Guide. This comprehensive listing of locations and facilities of FIA member companies is published approximately every two years. An electronic (and fully searchable) version of the Guide can be accessed through FIA\'s website at http://www.forging.org.
  • Forging Solutions Technical Bulletins (Series) This series places emphasis on the benefits of using forgings. Case histories are provided, which highlight cost savings and performance advantages in designing for forgings.
  • Making The Most of Forging Benefits (Series) This series of brochures is designed to educate users or potential users of forgings about the benefits of designing with forgings.
  • Forging Resources This is a guide to publications, videotapes, handbooks and other resources for and about the forging industry.

For more information on any of these resources, contact Forging Industry Association.

Return to Table of Contents

 

 

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Although industry standards for forging design, dimensions and tolerances, processing and material composition are available from standards organizations such as ASTM, SAE and ASA, Forging Industry Association serves an important clearing house function for wide ranging supplementary information of value to specifiers and buyers of forgings as well as the forging industry and its suppliers. Following is a partial list of resource material available through FIA, which are shown in Figure 2-3.


Figure 2-3 For additional information on forging processes and capabilities contact Forging Industry Association

  • Forging Handbook. This is a basic resource for newcomers to forging as well as forging experts. It contains information on applications, design principles, materials and manufacturing techniques.
  • Open Die Forging Technology. This handbook compiles information on manufacturing equipment, methods and design considerations of open die forgings and includes a special section on ring rolling.
  • Custom Forging Capability Guide. This comprehensive listing of locations and facilities of FIA member companies is published approximately every two years. An electronic (and fully searchable) version of the Guide can be accessed through FIA\'s website at http://www.forging.org.
  • Forging Solutions Technical Bulletins (Series) This series places emphasis on the benefits of using forgings. Case histories are provided, which highlight cost savings and performance advantages in designing for forgings.
  • Making The Most of Forging Benefits (Series) This series of brochures is designed to educate users or potential users of forgings about the benefits of designing with forgings.
  • Forging Resources This is a guide to publications, videotapes, handbooks and other resources for and about the forging industry.

For more information on any of these resources, contact Forging Industry Association.

Return to Table of Contents

 

 

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