cold forging


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cold forging

[′kōld ‚fȯrj·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
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cold forging

The forging of metal without the application of heat.
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Figure (1) (2) (3) shows the cold forging operations, for stepped shafts and cylinders, cup shaped pieces and fasteners [65].
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The company, which makes cold forging fastenings for the automotive industry, has increased turnover from pounds 3 million when it was bought in a management buy-out five years ago to pounds 7.5 million this year.
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