drawing compound

drawing compound

[′drȯ·iŋ ‚käm‚pau̇nd]
(metallurgy)
A material applied to the work during drawing or pressing operations to eliminate draw marks by preventing direct contact between the work and die.
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Hasbro's versatile DohVinci drawing compound and tools create an experience that's easy to start, fun to master, and will make kids of all ages want to create their own amazing "pop off the page" artwork again and again--and since the drawing compound sticks to various surfaces (such as wood, glass, paper, and more), the creative possibilities are endless.
Twist a tip on the end of a drawing compound tube to add even more dimension to the art, and voila--a masterpiece.
Create cool textured and watercolor-like effects with the drawing compound using the four-sided scraping tool while the studio case helps hold each masterpiece in place.
Essential Gear: You'll need Muzzy's Gator Getter Kit and a stout drawing compound bow (70 pounds minimum, more welcomed).
They often apply drawing compound to the blanks immediately after cleaning to lubricate them for stamping.
Material-handling equipment includes a Cranesaver, sheet destacker, and roll coater for applying drawing compound. Other components include two programmable part-transfer units, a turnover device, and two additional belt conveyors.
This device applies a preset amount of drawing compound to both sides of the sheet.
Miller Industrial Fluids is a custom blender and distributor of lubricants, cutting fluids, rust preventatives, cleaners, coolants and drawing compounds. Miller provides reclamation and disposal services to provide a full product life cycle service.
The final group in the new line is Cimclean HA 406, a heavy-duty, non-silicataed, non-phosphated chelated caustic cleaner for removing rust, and pigmented drawing compounds from steel.
* saponification, a highly alkaline process, chemically converts drawing compounds (organic oils and fatty acids) into water-soluble soaps that can add to cleaning efficiency;
As an illustration, a major automotive-panel manufacturer performed a PDT system summary of a coating program that showed a 47-percent reduction in maintenance costs and elimination of the need for drawing compounds. This allowed the manufacturer to redirect maintenance manpower to fine tune other areas of production for improvement of overall product quality.