1. Forged steel: a pressure processing method that uses the reciprocating impact force of a forging hammer or the pressure of a press to change the blank into the shape and size we need.
2. Extrusion: It is the processing method in which the steel puts the metal in a closed extruding chamber and applies pressure at one end to extrude the metal from the specified die hole to obtain a finished product of the same shape and size. Mostly used to produce non-ferrous metal steel.
3. Rolling: Pressing the steel metal billet through a pair of rotating rollers (various shapes), the compression of the roller reduces the cross-section of the material and increases the length.
4. Pulling steel: pulling the rolled metal blanks (types, tubes, products, etc.) through the die holes, this method is mostly used for cold processing.