die body

die body

[′dī ‚bäd·ē]
(engineering)
The stationary part of an extrusion die, used to separate and form material.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The .450 Bushmaster's straight-wall case is slightly tapered, and the sizer die body is machined tool steel without a no-lube-required carbide or nitride insert.
This makes the die body more compact and directs the melt flow in a shallower angle to merge with the other layers.
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.
They then multiplied die cells contained in these glands outside die body, and in doing so induced them to form cells of different types.
"Together, these findings reveal that cells in die body have the potential to become pluripotent and provide new insights into the diverse cellular states," the authors wrote.
The GN822.8 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.
Not only are these technologies giving surgeons a clearer picture of what is going on inside die body, but some systems can also partner pertinent information on screen to help surgeons through the entire process.
The cells can be readily extracted from fat tissue and are believed to increase survival rate for fat transplantation from one part of die body to another by bringing the necessary oxygen and nutrients to the transplant area.