die body

die body

[′dī ‚bäd·ē]
(engineering)
The stationary part of an extrusion die, used to separate and form material.
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Engineering a nine-manifold die was a big challenge for us, since ten major die body segments had to be adequately fastened and heated.
The authors show that viscosity-based interfacial curvature occurs and is mainly apparent in the die body rather than the lips.
hut can range from 75-125 minutes faking weeks during the clay when experiencing a cycle's low' energy levels all help die body recover, while improving performance.
Before separating the die bodies, attach the lifting device to the eye bolts and make sure that the lifting chain is drawn tight in a perfectly vertical position so that the upper die body will be lifted straight up.
8 features a zinc die body and AISI 303 stainless steel pin/plunger with polyamide operating knob - it is available with pin-out at rest and pin-in at rest.
So, I simply shortened the die body until I could set back the case shoulder enough to produce ammo that works.
The die is made up of the piston and the die body, which is made out of two parts.
The carbide ring stuck to a ease and came completely out of the die body.
The temperature of the die is monitored by a feedback system to the extruder, which monitors the temperature of the die body and is programmed to draw heat away when the temperature reaches a certain point.
In this chucking, the die body and neck diameters are ground in cycles controlled by the Marposs in-process multidiameter gaging system.
Before the anger episode actually triggers a heart attack, there may have been countless thousands of episodes that accelerated the heart-risk situations, which may have been the punches softening die body for the knockout.