die lubricant

die lubricant

[′dī ‚lü·brə·kənt]
(materials)
Any material applied to a die to facilitate movement of the work in the die in certain die-forming operations.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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1 Lubricate the canals to facilitate removal of the impression without distortion (die lubricant is suitable).
This phase allowed Rolls-Royce to prove that most tasks could be undertaken and the inherent variables of manual forging - consistency of press to press times and heat transfer, DAG (spray die lubricant) cover and volume, and Glass coating (powder form lubricant applied to forging) consistency, tonnage and stroke of press - could be removed.
Finding the most effective, reliable, and economical method for separating and concentrating die lubricant is tough for die casting plants, as different variables have to be factored into the equation.
During the extrusion of the mLLDPE/PEG blend, PEG is prone to migrate to the melt/die interface and to form a slip layer, acting as a die lubricant to promote the slippage of the mLLDPE melt.
Dramatic decreases in die lubricant usage often result, according to Arvin Mentor.
Several empirical and theoretical accounts of the function of FE and of related additives conclude that they act as a die lubricant, modifying the properties of the interface between flowing polymer and die wall (1-7).
Development of Next Generation Water-Free Die Lubricant and Small Amount Spray Application
The machine then extracted the casting from the die, and an auxiliary axis servo spray reciprocator then simulated spraying die lubricant into the die.
Chem-Trend is the world's largest provider of mold release and die lubricant technologies.
The cleaner will dissolve old die lubricant residue allowing central systems and their spray heads to operate at top efficiency while dealing with any sewage smell.