1963-01-01

High Energy Rate Forging — A Modern Production Tool 630238

High energy rate forging is an outstanding development in metalworking technology. Many advantages over conventional metalworking processes are offered by this new method. Controlled energy and high rates of billet deformation set this process apart from all others. The benefits derived from this controlled energy and high rate of deformation are numerous, as this paper shows.

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