cold-drawn


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cold-drawn

adj
(Metallurgy) (of metal wire, bars, etc) having been drawn unheated through a die to reduce dimensions, toughen, and improve surface finish
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I made acquaintance, on this journey, with a mild and modest young quaker, who opened the discourse by informing me, in a grave whisper, that his grandfather was the inventor of cold-drawn castor oil.
Modern precision rolling techniques are used to convert the steel into a wide range of hot-rolled, cold-rolled or cold-drawn seamless tubes.
* Medium- and high-pressure tubing and nipples that are seamless, austenitic, cold-drawn, tested, and inspected.
So, Shuan Hwa's Vietnam factory is expected to become a major cold-drawn steel pipe supplier in the region to Japanese vehicle-parts makers.
A new company, ZDB Dratovna a.s., will be created for ZDB's activities in the production and distribution of cold-drawn wire and products made of cold-drawn wires.
Cast films of a metallocene Linear Low Density Polyethylene (mLLDPE) have been cold-drawn in the machine direction in two sequential steps to form ultra-oriented films.
The Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Batavia, IL, recently started using two cold-drawn shaped parts produced by Rathbone Precision Metals Inc for research on superconducting accelerator magnets.
Its stainless steel cold-drawn outer-rail construction is engineered to improve rigidity and moment of inertia.
Polished samples of polypropylene were mounted in the yoke and cold-drawn to approximately 100% strain to induce stress-whitening, employing an Instron Testing Machine (Model 4411) at a strain-rate of 10 mm/min.
The complaint refers to seamless gas or oil pipes of iron or non-alloy steel, cold-drawn or cold-rolled, with a diameter less than 40.64cm.