Vforge Inc.

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Lakewood, CO  |  303-781-0234

Vforge Inc., located in Lakewood, Colorado, is a reputable manufacturer specializing in premium, near-net-shape semisolid metal components and die castings. With a focus on delivering exceptional quality, our primary alloys of choice are aluminum 357, 356, and 366. We take pride in producing porosity-free components with excellent structural integrity, making us a trusted provider in the industry. Additionally, we offer machining services to further meet our customers' needs.

At Vforge Inc., we offer a wide range of premium, near-net-shape semisolid metal components and die castings. We specialize in utilizing aluminum alloys, particularly aluminum 357, 356, and 366. These alloys are selected for their excellent properties, including strength, durability, and corrosion resistance. Our components are manufactured to near-net-shape, minimizing material waste and ensuring cost-efficiency for our customers.

In addition to our product offerings, we provide comprehensive services to support our customers' needs. Understanding that some components may require additional processing, we offer machining services to provide precision finishing and meet specific design requirements. Our state-of-the-art machining capabilities ensure tight tolerances and excellent surface finishes.

Vforge Inc. possesses a range of capabilities that set us apart as a leading manufacturer. Our expertise lies in the production of near-net-shape semisolid metal components and die castings, with a specialization in aluminum alloys. We have developed stringent processes to ensure porosity-free components and maintain excellent structural integrity. Our commitment to quality control and advanced manufacturing techniques enable us to consistently deliver premium products to our customers.

Furthermore, our in-house machining capabilities add value to our offerings. With the ability to provide precision finishing and meet specific design requirements, we offer a comprehensive solution for our customers' needs. By integrating machining services into our manufacturing process, we ensure seamless production and maintain control over the entire production chain.

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