hammer forging

hammer forging

[′ham·ər ¦fȯrj·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Forging by means of repeated blows of a hammer.
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Cold hammer forging of barrels was pioneered after World War Il by Steyr Daimler-Puch and their equipment is now used throughout the world.
Most shotgun tubes today are formed by the hammer forging process.
Barrels are produced using the cold hammer forging process, using high quality steel.
Precision Castparts will also acquire Arcturus Manufacturing Corporation, a hammer forging operation, as a part of this transaction.
Cryogenics avoids the stress put on the barrel and choke tubes by traditional hammer forging.
The hammer forging of rifle barrels is the state-of-the-art method for superior rifle barrels and this is a rifle that was expressly designed for the varmint shooter.
By hammer forging, as is done on the Model 70 Featherweight, no gouges or uneven edges are created in the barrel.
Rotary hammer forging of bore and rifling of the Model 70 Lightweight barrels results in glass-smooth lands and grooves for optimum accuracy.
Rotary hammer forging of bore and rifling of the Model 70 Lightweight barrels result in glass-smooth lands and grooves for optimum accuracy.
Tenders are invited for Tender For Hammer Forgings (Icr 1256)