cold heading

cold heading

[′kōld ‚hed·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
The cold working of metal in order to increase part or all of the cross-sectional area of the stock.
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Then it was raining and really cold heading to Col d'Allos and, finally, it was snowing and freezing at Col de la Bonette with a temperature of only 8C.
Since 1965 Precision Punch has offered services in mold making, stamping, and cold heading.
The company will form a 100% subsidiary, Nippon Steel & Sumikin Cold Heading Wire Indiana Inc.
It will be cold heading into the weekend but the worst days will be Wednesday and Thursday.
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Its types of products include High Steel Wire Rod, Low Carbon Steel Wire Rod, Cold Heading Quality Steel Wire Rod, Welding Electrode Graded Steel Wire Rod, Straight Bars for concrete reinforcement.
The joint venture will turn special steel wirerod into cold heading quality (CHQ) steel wire for use in high strength nuts and bolts, which are critical parts in automobiles.
makes cold drawn steel bar and cold heading quality steel wire from the wire rod, according to the Japan's third-largest steel manufacturer.
They have already announced plans to invest in new equipment which will include a pounds 1 million Formax cold heading machine and a pounds 100,000 piece of optical sorting equipment.
Larger shot, like buckshot, is made by the cold heading or swaging process in which calibrated segments of lead wire are fed into a die and then sized into spheres by two hemispherical punches.
com), manufactures customer-specific products that include alloy, galvanized, carbon, and cold heading quality wire.
A shape that is not suitable for cold heading or screw machining, and