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work hardening

n.
The increase in strength that accompanies plastic deformation of a metal.
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The cold pressing method is a traditional technique where a machine press squeezes the oil from the seeds.
The cold pressing method is a traditional technique where a machine press gently squeezes the oil from the seeds.
It's the highest-quality olive oil and is extracted from olives through a process called cold pressing, where the oil is removed using only pressure.
Kaz-Ir AGRO is the first company in the history of Kazakhstan supplying food products to Japan, specializing in growing safflower, as well as producing unrefined safflower oil of cold pressing.
'With our newly developed machine, we were able to press bamboo boards in only five minutes to eight minutes, compared to the current cold pressing time of six hours to eight hours,' Engr.