Draw Bench

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Cold processing techniques such as Cold Drawing are used to create seamless pipes after they have been extruded. Cold drawing is a slower process that results in a lower reduction ratio of 15-35 percent depending on the alloy, but it produces a very fine and admirable grain structure. Depending on the need, all production processes have advantages. Cold working has the added benefit of faster instrument adjustments and lower operating costs. Cold drawing is a metalworking technique that involves stretching the metal with tensile forces. It's called cold working when it's finished at room temperature. The principle is equivalent to cold pilgering, in which the pipe is forced between dies to reach the desired size by reducing the lateral dimension, i.e. diameter, and increasing the longitudinal dimension, i.e. volume. Draw Bench is the name of the unit that is used for this purpose.

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