From becoming a company to expanding product offerings


KDK Produces upset and press forgings.   We have been producing them for some of the leading companies in America for more than fifty years. Companies that demand the very best in precision and quality choose KDK. KDK began forging components in 1947. We have been making advancements in our processes ever since then.

We began as a company that was primarily making war time parts, WWII that is. Torsion bars were our main product and there was no shortage of work to be done during and after the war. Since then we have expanded into many different industries. We work in the automotive, agriculture, mining, industrial tool, and military industries to name a few. We have increased the amount of products that we used to produce by a few hundred fold.

We have changed with the times and kept current with manufacturing technologies. Today, we keep competitive with other manufacturers by listening to our customers and providing services to them.

While many manufacturing companies have not been able to withstand the rigors of the new global economy, we continue to embrace change and rise to the challenge of a changing marketplace. At KDK, we strive to meet and exceed the requirements of our customers.
Forging Facility location


KDK has expertise in a number of services that are offered to clients.


Upset and closed die forgings are produced at our facilty according to customer design and specifications.

Heat Treatment

Many of our components are heat treated after the forging process. Normalizing, hardening, and quench and temper services are offered.


KDK provides machining services of forged components providing customers with a fully customized solution.


Many of the bolts and linkages produced are drilled in different areas on the shaft of the part.


Shafts and bolts may be cut or roll threaded as a secondary operation after the forging process. Thread protecters are avaialable as well.


KDK provides a variety of customized fabrications for clients looking for a modular solution.


Most forgings produced are sand blasted. This provides a more asthetically appealing solution for raw forging and can aid in the machining process


Forgings can be added into asseblies and kits produced by KDK which include parts produced by KDK and from other vendors.

Chemical Certification

Chemical certification services are available showing steel chemistry composition and grain flow analysis

Industries Served

A wide variety of uses for forged components