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  • Brazing a carbide into a wire drawing die [IH]
    A two-turn helical coil is used for brazing the assembly. Two different bonding agents are tested for the brazing application. The first bonding agent used is braze paste. The assembly is heated to 1382 ºF (750 ºC) and is brazed in 45 seconds....
  • Brazing a carbide into a wire drawing die [PFS]
    A two-turn helical coil is used for brazing the assembly. Two different bonding agents are tested for the brazing application. The first bonding agent used is braze paste. The assembly is heated to 1382 ºF (750 ºC) and is brazed in 45 seconds....
  • Application Overview: Wire Drawing
    The process of wire drawing has in effect changed very little over the years. It uses a combination of a die and/or a series of dies to draw wire to a selected gauge. Drawn wire is in many applications beyond what we normally would think like electrical wire and TV cables. For example, springs
  • Sheet Metal Forming Processes and Die Design
    Sheet Metal Forming Processes and Die Design. This modern guide illustrates several different approaches to this intricate field by taking the reader through the "hows" and "whys" of product analysis, as well as techniques for blanking, punching, bending, deep drawing, stretching, and much more.
  • Brazing a steel die into a wire drawing guide [PFS]
    A two-turn helical coil is used for brazing the assembly. Two different bonding agents are tested for the brazing application. The first bonding agent used is braze paste...
  • Brazing a steel die into a wire drawing guide [IH]
    A two-turn helical coil is used for brazing the assembly. Two different bonding agents are tested for the brazing application. The first bonding agent used is braze paste...
  • Medical Device Link .
    A machining center is suitable for the tool and die and medical device markets. The Model 2626XP is a five-axis programmable abrasive water-jet machining system that produces complex parts out of most materials. It offers positioning accuracy with +-0.001 in. directly from a CAD drawing or .DXF
  • Tin
    can be cast, rolled, extruded, or atomized. Because pure tin is too weak to be used alone for most mechanical applications, it is usually alloyed with elements such as copper, antimony, lead, bismuth, and zinc. Tin and its alloys are cast using most conventional techniques, including gravity die

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