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Development of a Disc Extruder for Continuous Hydrostatic Extrusion

  • J. S. Cartwright

Abstract

Within the past decade, laboratories in many countries have been developing continuous hydrostatic extruders and, in recent years, several patents have been granted [1–10]. This activity has been generated by the capability of hydrostatic extrusion to achieve large reduction in a single pass at high work rates and also to produce complex shapes at room temperature. Hydrostatic extrusion is well suited for production of the very large volume of wire required annually by industry, especially those low-strength materials that are presently being drawn through many successive dies at low speeds.

Keywords

Maraging Steel Roller Bearing Spur Gear Extrusion Pressure Lower Rotor 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1979

Authors and Affiliations

  • J. S. Cartwright
    • 1
  1. 1.Western Electric CompanyPrincetonUSA

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