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  • Forging (Forged) : Heating a metal to a temperature where the metal becomes malleable (red hot) or deforming its shape by compression or exertion of force. lume production, this method allows us to get your product into production quickly with minimal tooling investment. It also boasts consistent part quality and flexibility with design changes.
  • Forming: Making any change in the shape of a metal piece which does not intentionally reduce the metal thickness and which produces a useful shape. me production, this method allows us to get your product into production quickly with minimal tooling investment. It also boasts consistent part quality and flexibility with design changes.
  • Inward Roll: Refers to the formed end of a tube being "folded back" onto the inside of a tube.
  • Laser Cutting: Laser cutting is a precise method of cutting a design from a given material using a CAD file to guide it.
  • Manufacturing: The process of converting raw materials, components, or parts into finished goods that meet a customer's expectations or specifications.
  • Metal Finishing: Metal finish textures are offered through the use of automated and manual equipment, which includes grinding, grain finishing, media tumbling (deburring), and sandblasting.
  • Mill Finish: The unaltered finish after the metal has been created in the mill. It can vary from being quite smooth to being a little rough.
  • Mill Products: These are products that are made in a mill without any additional processing. Examples of mill products include plates, bars and tubing.
  • Mirror Finish: A very high-polish finish that will produce reflection close to a true mirror. A mirror finish is extremely difficult to do, so please bear in mind that it will increase the cost.
  • Outward Roll: Refers to the formed end of a tube with a "rolled" steel rim on the outside of the tube.
  • Pickling: Treating the surface of metal with acid to remove scale, rust and dirt, preparatory to further processing such as cold rolling, tinning, galvanizing, polishing, etc.
  • Refractory: A ceramic material that can resist great heat and is therefore suitable for lining furnaces. Fireclay, dolomite, magnesite and silica are examples. This is not to be confused with refractory metals, such as columbium and tantalum.
  • Sintering£º A method for making objects from powder by heating the material below its melting point until its particles adhere to each other.
  • Spot Material: Metal or finished products available for prompt delivery.
  • Stamping: The process of placing flat sheet metal in either blank or coil form into a stamping press where a tool and die surface forms the metal into a net shape. Stamping includes a variety of sheet-metal forming manufacturing processes, such as punching using a machine press or stamping press, blanking, embossing, bending, flanging, and coining. Stamping features higher volume, lower unit cost, and larger tooling investment for products with longer product life cycles.
  • Thermal Conductivity: The property of a material which indicates its ability to conduct heat. It appears primarily in Fourier's Law for heat conduction. Machining: Any of various processes in which a piece of raw material is cut into a desired final shape and size (pins, shafts, and bar stock, etc.) by a controlled material-removal process for a wide range of applications.
  • Thickness: The gauge or depth of a material.
  • Tolerance: The permissible deviation from a specified value of a structural dimension of the product, often expressed as a percent.
  • Tolerance Types: In metal stamping process types of tolerances are routinely measured including dimensional, cross-sectional, length, angular, and material straightness tolerance.
  • Tooling: Our in-house tool design and build capability accommodates a full range of requirements, from punch press dies to CNC forming, welding, inspection, and assembly tooling / fixtures. Different customer volume, lead-time, and budget dictate the most appropriate tooling technique employed.
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