Mechanically forming metal by tension through or in a die.
The process of pulling metal in solid form through dies to after its finish, mechanical properties or cross-sectional shape.
The process of pulling metal through a die or a series of dies to achieve a desired diameter.
A process in which steel in the form for example of bar, rod, tube, section or wire is drawn (pulled) through a die in order to reduce its cross-sectional area, or in which a steel sheet blank is formed into a cup-shape by being deep drawn into a die.
(I) Engineering document depicting a pmt or assembly (2) In metalforming, the stretch- rig or compressing of a sheet metal part into a die be a punch to create a 3-dimensional part.
To pull a glass rod tube out, making it a smaller diameter.
Cold deforming without removing any of the material from the hot-rolled tube or rod, on a drawing bench. Sectional reduction by means of a draw-plate.
The mechanical process of making conductors smaller by forcing through dies.
In perforating, the shaping of a flat metal blank into the desired contour by causing the metal to flow over a draw ring and around a punch. The flow of metal is restrained by sufficient blank-holder pressure to prevent the blank from buckling.
Drawing may refer to the pulling of steel through a die,as in drawing wire, or deforming steel in dies on a press (deepdrawing).
type of metal shaping process used in making tubes and wire where hot metal was pulled through a plate with holes drilled in it
the forming of shapes having depth from sheet metal.
Lengthening a metal bar by reducing its perimeter. TO TOP
In the manufacture of wire, pulling the metal through a die or series of dies for reduction of diameter to specified size.
Forming recessed parts by forcing the plastic flow of metal in dies.
General term used for a variety of forming operations. The usual drawing process with regard to sheet metal working in a press first forms a cup-like shape from a sheet metal disk by holding it firmly between blank holding surfaces in order to prevent the formation of wrinkles while the punch travel produces the required shape.
working the metal to make it longer and thinner; reducing the cross-section by forging; stretching the metal
a deformation technique used to fabricate metal wire and tubing. Deformation is accomplished by pulling the material through a die by means of a tensile force applied on the exit side.
See Tempering. This is the old term for tempering and is now considered obsolete.
A mechanical process which reduces in size by passing it though a series of reducing plates or dies.
The process by which gold wire is made.
In Magik, Drawing a Circle, Drawing Down the Moon and so on, is a ritual or ceremony to pull into yourself and your environment Divine energies for interaction.
A sheet metal deformation process in which plastic flow results in a positive strain (e1) in one direction in the plane of the sheet surface and a negative strain (e2) at 90° to (e1) in the sheet surface. Drawing can only occur when sheet metal flow under the blankholder is permitted. The term drawing is sometimes loosely used to describe a wide variety of press forming operations.
(1) Engineering document depicting a part or assembly. (2) In metalforming, the stretching or compressing of a sheet metal part into a die by a punch to create a 3-dimensional part. See also, "Bending".
A forming process that presses metal into or through a die (as in cold drawn wire).
The process of pulling metal wire, rods, or bars through a die with the effect of altering the size, finish and mechanical properties. In the USA, it is a term used for tempering.
The process of pulling a metal through a die to reduce the cross section, usually performed cold.
The process in which stringers are made by heating a glass rod to form a ball of molten glass, then pulling, or drawing, the glass to make a longer, thinner piece.
The process of pulling flat products, rod wire, tube, shapes, etc., through a die. This effects a reduction in size or change in shape of the cross-section and hardens the metal. The process of making articles in a press from blanks cut from flat products in which the gage is reduced by pushing the metal between a punch and die to develop the side walls of the part.
Reducing the cross section of wire by pulling it through a die.
In wire manufacturing, pulling the metal through a die or series of dies to reduce diameter to a specified size.
Drawing includes four variants. For plug drawing, the hollow is drawn over an inner tool (plug), which is set firmly to the drawing die. Thus outside and inner diameter as well as the wall thickness is reduced. Drawing with the drawing mandrel is characterized by the fact, that the hollow is drawn through the drawing die together with the inner tool, the so-called drawing mandrel. Because after drawing the tube sticks firmly to the mandrel, a detaching mill and a mandrel removal device are required. For plug drawing with flying plug, the inner tool is designed that way that it is supported by the internal wall of the tube and is thus kept in the drawing position. Sinking, there is no inner tool. Basically only the outside and inner diameter is reduced, whereat the wall thickness can increase or decrease slightly according to the reduction ratio. Reductions of the cross section of up to 50 % are achieved.
The process of stretching a thermoplastic sheet or rod to reduce its cross-sectional area.
A term used for a variety of forming operations, such as deep drawing sheet metal blank; redrawing a tubular part; and drawing rod, wire, and tube. The usual drawing process with regard to sheet metal working in a press is a method for producing a cup-like form from a sheet metal disk by holding it firmly between blank holding surfaces to prevent the formation of wrinkles while the punch travel produces the required shape. In metal forming, the stretch rig or compressing of a sheet metal part into a die by a punch to create a 3-dimensional part. The process of cold forming a flat pre-cut metal blank into a hollow vessel without excessive wrinkling, thinning, or fracturing.
Removing pattern from the mold or mold from pattern in production work. See Temper.