solid die

solid die

[′säl·əd ′dī]
(design engineering)
A one-piece screw-cutting tool with internal threads.
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Flair is made of solid die cast aluminum and stainless steel, so it should last for decades.
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Many scholars and researchers from Asia and U.S.A have studied on new technologies of dieless forming as some disadvantages in traditional solid die forming.
"Because VISI is solids-based and integrated," notes Schuessler, "we can easily move from a 3-D part to a solid die design to machining data all in one environment.
The solid die cast metal base rests securely on the benchtop.
Our solid die portfolio is unique and customized to offer the best solutions for even your most complicated jobs.
The dies are less likely to break than a solid die because, in effect, they already are broken.
The new location is supported by a staff of six RotoMetrics employees and includes a dedicated sales force, technical support staff, converting technology center and a solid die repair department.
Catalina's new Tiffany banker's lamp and Tiffany desk lamp with solid die cast base address the customer who wants this unique look for the office.