pressed steel

pressed steel

Steel which has been pressed into shape between dies to form a building component.
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A novel element was the dished, pressed steel wheel centres that allowed for differing wheel widths allowing row crop work.
"But the original company Pressed Steel Co also made railway wagons and the body of THEVOLVO P1800, which was made famous by THETV show'The Saint', and Princes Anne has one."
The pressed steel bowls are stamped with the city's name and are being snapped up by curry aficionados.
The model is equipped with a single-cylinder liquid cooled engine derived from the CBR125R's generating 13bhp and 7.3lbft, and housed in a new tubular and pressed steel chassis.
Launched in 1940, the MP40 eschewed traditional wooden furniture and was built from pressed steel components that were welded where necessary.
The Austin Pathfinder Junior was made from the same gauge pressed steel as full-size Austins of the period, complete with cream livery, grille and, best of all, a detachable bonnet that releases to reveal a mini faux twin-cam engine.
It was a riding cultivator with a pressed steel seat.
Connoisseurs say the true balti owes much to the original cast-iron or thin pressed steel pot designs, which were first supplied by Smethwick engineering firm Pressform.
Higgins' company, Worcester Pressed Steel, was thriving.
Offered in lemon yellow color with an aluminum center, the casters are attached to a pressed steel plate with an aluminum die-casting bracket containing bi-level balls upon ball seats in the swivel head.
The new Pulsar has a 200 cc gasoline engine while its chassis comprises a pressed steel perimeter frame and a rectangular tube section swing arm delivering over three times the lateral stiffness of a P220 frame.
Neither does a decorative metal piece The Hestor dining chair is made from pressed steel in a vintage distressed finish.