Components that require exceptionally tight dimensional tolerances and advanced surface finishes can end up costing a lot of money when manufactured through traditional machining methods. Although conventional wisdom states that cold forming is an even more expensive option, this is simply not the case when it comes to producing high quantities of complex precision shapes. According to this informative whitepaper, not only does precision cold forming provide tight tolerances, dimensional reliability, and better surface finishes, it also yields near-net-shape components that require very little secondary machining/processing. This in turn reduces the amount of raw material that is being wasted, thus saving money. Check out this white paper to learn more about the art and science behind the cold forming process, and see if cold forming is the right method for your precision needs.