Definitions for "Cold Forming"
The process of shaping metal into desired configurations at ambient room temperature.
Also called "cold working," it is any kind of mechanical operation performed at room temperature that causes permanent deformation. Cold forming, which includes bending, rolling and drawing, increases the hardness and strength of stainless steel.
The process of using press brakes or rolling mills to shape steel into desired cross sections at room temperature.
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See cold working.