Extrusion

Plastics processing technique to produce films, pipes and smooth or corrugated sheeting. The plastic is forced through a flat or perforated annular die, which gives the object its definitive shape

Extrusion

A form produced by forcing material through a die. Pella window frames are clad with extruded aluminum.

Extrusion

a forming technique whereby a material is forced, by compression, through a die orifice.
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Extrusion

An item formed by forcing a base metal (frequently aluminum) or plastic, at a malleable temperature, through a die to achieve a desired shape.
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Extrusion

Extrusion is a process used to create objects of a fixed cross-sectional profile. A material is pushed or drawn through a die of the desired cross-section. The two main advantages of this process over other manufacturing processes are its ability to create very complex cross-sections, and to work materials that are brittle, because the material on...
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Extrusion

• (n.) The act of thrusting or pushing out; a driving out; expulsion.
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extrusion

<cell biology> A process where a cell exports large particles or organelles (transports them through its cell membrane to the outside). Requires energy. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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extrusion

(ek-stroo´zhәn) a pushing out. in dentistry, the condition of a tooth pushed too far forward from the line of occlusion as a result of injury or of lack of opposing occlusal force.
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extrusion

(from the article `building construction`) ...windows of the Cambridge University Library in England in 1934. Aluminum became the principal material of curtain-wall framing because of its ... Aluminum-magnesium-silicon alloys develop strength through thermal treatments that precipitate fine Mg2Si particles. The most widely used 6XXX all...
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extrusion

(L: ex=out of; trudere to thrust) a lava flow which has come out onto Earth's surface.
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extrusion

noun squeezing out by applying pressure; `an unexpected extrusion of toothpaste from the bottom of the tube`; `the expulsion of pus from the pimple`
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Extrusion

Ex·tru'sion noun The act of thrusting or pushing out; a driving out; expulsion.
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extrusion

a forming technique whereby a material is forced, by compression, through a die orifice.
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Extrusion

A forming technique whereby a material is forced, by compression, through a die orifice. See also: Extruded.
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Extrusion

A modelling technique in which a two-dimensional outline or profile is duplicated outwards along a linear path, and the set of duplicated profiles joined to create a continuous three-dimensional surface.
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Extrusion

A process of heating a billet of metal to a plastic state and forcing it through a die. This enables the quick and economical production of long lengths of complicated sections. Lead was the first metal to be extruded, but today aluminium, brass, magnesium and even stainless steel are extruded.
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Extrusion

A process of heating a billet of metal to a plastic state and forcing it through a die. This enables the quick and economical production of long lengths of complicated sections. Lead was the first metal to be extruded, but today aluminium, brass, magnesium and even stainless steel are extruded.
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Extrusion

A shaped and formed piece of aluminum material. Commonly refers to STAR CASE outer angle aluminum extruded shape or tongue and groove aluminum valance extruded shape.
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extrusion

An item formed by forcing a base metal (frequently aluminum) or plastic, at a malleable temperature, through a die to achieve a desired shape.
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extrusion

area-reducing process in which a billet is mechanically pressed through an area reducing die NOTE 1 - Hydrostatic extrusion: Extrusion in which a liquid is used to press the billet through a die. NOTE 2 - Hot extrusion: Extrusion in which a billet is pre-heated to an elevated temperature.
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extrusion

Common method of shaping metals, plastics, and other materials. The materials, usually hot, are forced through a hole in a metal die and take its cross-sectional shape. Rods, tubes, and sheets may be made in this way
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extrusion

extrusion 1. Squeezing out by applying pressure: 'There was an unexpected extrusion of toothpaste from the bottom of the tube.' 2. Something that bulges out, is protuberant, or projects from a form. 3. Something formed by forcing semisoft material through a specially shaped mold or nozzle. 4. An igneous rock formed by the emission of molten mate...
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Extrusion

Permanent displacement of a portion of the O-ring into a gap, under the action of fluid pressure.
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Extrusion

The application of a semi-solid rubber or plastic material such as PVC onto a conductor
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Extrusion

The emission of magmatic material at the earth's surface. Also, the structure or form produced by the process (e.g., a lava flow, volcanic dome, or certain pyroclastic rocks).
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