Extrusion: forcing metal through a die orifice in the same
direction as the applied force (forward extrusion) or in the
opposite direction (backward extrusion).
The process is used on
hollow slugs to reduce wall thickness, and to manufacture cans
with either cylindrical cavities or cavities with varying cross
sections. It is used to produce solid shapes such as rounds,
thread blanks, squares, rectangles, triangles, polygons and
splines. Hollow shapes, including rounds, polygons and splines
are also extruded.
For pricing info, please contact Missouri Forge Sale Manager -
Mr. Mike Wicklund.
Telephone: (573) 996-7177
Fax: (573) 996-3303
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