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An item formed by the process of extrusion
A manufacturing process where a billet of material is pushed and/or drawn through a die to create a shaped rod, rail or pipe
{n} the act of thrusting out, off or from
The process of forcing (pumping) the liquefied raw materials (polymers) that make up fibers through a spinneret to form filaments when cooled and/or dried The cross section of the fiber is determined by the shape of the spinneret opening
The process of shaping material by forcing it to flow through a shaped opening in a die
The compacting and forcing of a plastics material through a die in more or less a continuous fashion
A process in which heated or unheated plastic is forced through a shaping orifice (a die) in one continuously formed shape, as in film, sheet, rod, or tubing
a forming technique whereby a material is forced, by compression, through a die orifice F
The act of thrusting or pushing out; a driving out; expulsion
{i} forcing out; squeezing out by applying pressure; bulge, bump; shaping of material (metal or other material) by forcing it through a die; process of extruding; expulsion
squeezing out by applying pressure; "an unexpected extrusion of toothpaste from the bottom of the tube"; "the expulsion of pus from the pimple"
a forming technique whereby a material is forced, by compression, through a die orifice
The process of converting resin pellets under extreme pressure to a liquid form The first step in the 3-step process of manufacturing Valéron Strength Film
Extrusion is the act or process of extruding something. Process in which metal or other material is forced through a series of dies to create desired shapes. Many ceramics are manufactured by extrusion, because the process allows efficient, continuous production. In a commercial screw-type extruder, a screw auger continuously forces the plastic feed material through an orifice or die, resulting in simple shapes such as cylindrical rods and pipes, rectangular solid and hollow bars, and long plates. In metalworking, extrusion converts a billet of metal into a length of uniform cross-section by forcing the billet through the orifice of a die; aluminum is easily extruded. Formed sheet aluminum is used for opaque curtain-wall panels and window frames
A mill product that describes metal forms that are produced by mechanically pushing metal through a die to create a shape There are several excellent titanium extrusion facilities throughout the United States Extrusions have been successfully marketed throughout a wide variety of industries and applications
A process whereby heated or unheated plastic forced through a shaping orifice becomes a continuously formed piece
The act or process of shaping by forcing through a die
The process of manufacturing and/or shaping a material by forcing it through a die
A manufacturing process that utilizes a softened billet of material which is forced through a shape (or die) to allow for a continuous form much like spaghetti
something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from a form
A moulding of vinyl or metal made by pushing material through a mold to create shaped lineal pieces Extrusions are used in many applications such as weatherstripping, double hung jamb liner (vinyl) and the aluminum cladding used on the exterior of clad units
a fabrication process in which a heat-softened polymer is forced continually by a screw through a die
A method of processing plastics where the material is pushed through a die under pressure to form a continuous strip of a particular shape
One of the basic methods of shaping molten plastic resins Likened to squeezing toothpaste, extrusion involves solid resins melting as a screw pushes them through a heating chamber The opening through which the resins are forced gives the product its form, resulting in consistent thickness and gauge control
Process by which polymer is propelled continuously along a screw through regions of high temperature and pressure where it is melted and compacted, and finally forced through a die (slit) to form a thin film
Refers to the result of forcing molten metal or plastic through a die or mold to form a specific shape Commonly refers to shower door components such as jambs and headers which were created by extrusion
the method of processing plastic by forcingheat softened plastic through an opening of the desired shape of the cross-section of the finished product
The process of producing aluminum shapes by forcing heated metal through an orifice in a die by means of a pressure ram Also, any item made by this process
squeezing out by applying pressure; "an unexpected extrusion of toothpaste from the bottom of the tube"; "the expulsion of pus from the pimple
a method whereby heated or unheated plastic forced through a shaping orifice becomes one continuously formed piece
A shaped piece of metal (typically nonferrous), produced by forcing the bloom, bar, or rod through a die of appropriate shape
The process of producing vinyl or aluminum shapes by forcing heated material through an orifice in a die Also, any item made by this process
The compacting of a plastic material and forcing of it through an orifice in more or less continuous fashion
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extrusion

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    [ ik-'strü-zh&n ] (noun.) 1540. Medieval Latin extrusion-, extrusio, from Latin extrudere.

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