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For aftermarket wheels, there are two major manufacturing processes: forged wheels and cast wheels.
Unfortunately, many enthusiasts do not understand the difference between a cast wheel and a forged wheel, and they end up purchasing something not-quite-right for their needs.
So What’s the Real Difference :Cast vs Forged?
manufacturing process is simple which is poured into the mold and cooled to shape. Once the wheels cools down, they perform trimming and drilling. but there is one massive flaw with this method of producing wheels: porosity. Porosity is the physical space inside the material once it has cooled, and it allows for weak points to form. The cheapest workaround for this problem is to use larger tolerances, ultimately making the wheel heavier. This method of wheel manufacturing is quick and cheap, allowing for mass production .
using forging machinery on the metal billet pressure, so that the plastic deformation to obtain a certain mechanical properties, a certain shape and size of the forgings processing method
Advantages of forged wheels: Durability
light weight:approximately 20% lighter than cast wheels
high strength and good corrosion resistance, :Aerospace-grade 6061-T6 forged aluminum for high strength-to-weight ratio
accurate dimensions:CNC machined to custom specifications for your specific application