Forge (disambiguation)

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A forge is the hearth where the blacksmith keeps the fire for heating metals to be formed by plastic deformation, usually with hammer on an anvil.

Forge may also refer to:


  • Forging, which is the process of deforming a metal workpiece by working with localized compressive forces
  • A finery forge was a works, where pig iron was fined and forged (drawn out) into bars of wrought iron
  • A bloomery forge, which is where iron ore used to be smelted to produce wrought iron

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Place names[edit]

Several places are named Forge:

Old Forge may refer to:

Other uses[edit]

  • Forgery, the process of making, adapting, or imitating objects, statistics, or documents with the intent to deceive.
  • FORGE Program, a United Nations-sanctioned NGO that links Western students to African refugees
  • The Forge (restaurant), a restaurant in Miami Beach, Florida

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