Image icon  Forming gearwheel by extrusion

 
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Description: This is a schematic image of an extrusion process being used to produce a rod that can be cut into gears. By extruding a deformable material such as metal or thermoplastic through a bridge die containing a gear-shaped hole and a square bridge it should be possible to produce a very 'thick' gearwheel. This can then be cut up into identical gearwheels of the required thickness.
Keywords: extrusion • die • ram • billet • cylinder • plastics • polymer • metals • gear
Categories: Processes > Shaping
Processes > Shaping > Deformation > Extrusion
Applications > Transport
Product Forms > Long
Created by: The Open University
Published by: The Open University
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Date created: 09 August 2010
Date added: 13 December 2010
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Resource ID: 3273