Mechanical Forging Press

Warm / Hot & Cold Forging Presses

For many components, cold or hot forging offers crucial production efficiencies & benefits like strength, integrity & material savings.


Mechanical, Forging, & Servo Presses for Your Complete Press-line Solution

Mechanical, Forging, & Servo Presses for Your Complete Press-line Solution

Stamtec's Forging Presses Deliver High-Quality Performance and Productivity

Stamtec is a leading manufacturer of forging presses, and we take pride in being one of the few companies that offer this technology. Our well-established, proven forging technology can produce hand tools, small gears, automotive shafts and steering components, bearing housings, and connecting rods.

Select an option below to learn more about our cold and hot-warming forging presses or contact us today for the assistance you need.


Cold Forging Presses vs. Hot-Warm Forging Presses

  • Material Strength: Cold forging presses manufacture stronger parts because the material is strain-hardened on a molecular level during the forging process, while hot-warm presses create parts that couldn’t be made otherwise, thanks to the softened steel used in the process.
  • Durability: Both Cold and Hot-Warm forging presses offer a high rigidity frame and tie rods for maximum durability.
  • Stamtec cold forging presses are equipped with knuckle joint drive systems, which can alter the motion velocity of the press slide to a slow speed as it approaches the bottom dead-end center point.
  • Stamtec hot-warm forging presses run on oversize eccentric shafts, which provide more accuracy and higher rigidity than eccentric gears or crankshafts.

Forging Press FAQs

What types of drive systems are employed in your forging presses?

We employ knuckle joint or heavy, oversized eccentric drive systems in our forging presses.

Why should I consider a forging press instead of a stamping press?

Forging presses are ideal for producing near net-shaped parts, finished single-hit parts or parts that requires extreme force and rigidity.

Do you have cold forging and warm-hot forging presses?

Yes. We carry both cold and warm-hot forging presses. In fact, we are one of the few major press manufacturers that offer forging presses.

What industries use a forging press?

Our presses play an important role in a wide range of industries, including:

  • Industrial
  • Automotive
  • Aerospace
  • Hardware
  • Military
  • Appliance
  • Medical

What tonnage range are Stamtec forging presses available in?

Stamtec forging presses are available in a 220 to 4,000 tonnage range.

Are Stamtec forging presses economical?

Our cold and warm-hot forging presses can reduce material waste between 40% and 60%, making this technology one of the most economical methods for manufacturing high precision parts.