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swage

1. A tool or die used to shape metal.
2. A tool for setting the teeth on a saw by bending one tooth at a time to the proper angle.
3. To shape metal by the use of a swage, 1.
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The ring is then cut from the bar by a diagonal cut as shown by the dotted line, slipped over one end of the rod, welded into place and shaped by using a heading tool and a swage block.
(3) In the illustration below, the top drawing shows a hexagonal bolt head swage mounted in the anvil's hardie hole.
Once the cores are in place in each jacket, Dusty Kosir takes over and swages the core and jacket into one, more or less.