cold extrusion

cold extrusion

[′kōld ik′strü·zhən]
(metallurgy)
Shaping cold metal by striking a slug in a closed cavity with a punch so that the metal is forced up around the punch. Also known as cold forging; cold pressing; extrusion pressing; impact extrusion.
References in periodicals archive ?
The topics include cutting forces in helical milling processes, methods for evaluating uniformity in the lapping process, applying visualization in scientific computing technology, the numerical and flow-field simulation of acoustic levitation polishing, designing cold extrusion dies for precision gears, applying ultrasonic radiation forces, the impact of plate cylinder deformation on graphic quality, and the autonomous control of abrasive flow precision machining.
EXTRAFORM is produced from specialised raw materials and is ideal for the difficult processes of stamping and direct or inverse cold extrusion such as the production of gudgeon-pins, spark plug shells, ball pins, tube fittings, valve guides, hydraulic connections, "Anuba" hinges, tubular and semi-tubular rivets, of high carbon steel and stainless steel.
1995, 1997) reported die profile design for hot and cold extrusion using upper bound technique and Finite Element Method (FEM).
Strip-fed roller feeders for cold extrusion of silicone rubber are normally hard to clean.
Modelling of cold extrusion with experimental verification, Journal on Materials Processing Technol.
The technology involves the use of a cold extrusion process.
Fineblanking, if you're not familiar with it, is a cold extrusion process, not a stamping process per se: the material isn't ripped.
The fineblanking process resembles cold extrusion more than stamping.
Cet-001/42-A 2)Tc Cold Extrusion Die For Distance Tube 3)Lower Cupping Carbide Die 4)Carbide Die Final Draw To Drg.