Yes. Please click here to contact our sales team.
While we do not have casting equipment, we can review the print of your cast part to see if it would be a candidate for conversion to the forging process. In many cases, parts designed to be castings can also be forged. Please click here to contact our sales team, who will be happy to discuss your requirements in more detail.
Yes, we do maintain an inventory of toolings for a select range of parts used in legacy aerospace programs. Please click here to contact our sales team.
Although we do have some small presses mainly used for pre-forming and trimming operations, Trinity Forge and Machine primarily houses hammers. The hammers at Trinity Forge and Machine are not conventional drop hammers, but rather hydraulic, computer-controlled hammers.
Trinity Forge and Machine works with a wide-range of materials including all forgeable carbon steels, alloy and micro-alloy steels (including series 4100 through 9300), high-temperature steels (including A182-F11, F22, F5, F6, F9), tool steels, stainless steels (including 300 and 400 series and PH grades), nickel-based alloys (including monel, Inconel, Haynes, Waspalloy, and Hastalloy), aluminum, aluminum-bronze, copper-nickel, brass and titanium.
We are open to exporting product worldwide, with the exception of countries currently restricted to trade with the United States by the relevant US government agencies. Please click here to submit your RFQ using our online form, or click here to contact our sales team.