swage


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Synonyms for swage

a tool used to thicken or spread metal (the end of a bar or a rivet etc

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form metals with a swage

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I applied the Ironing Swage to my revolver chambers with subsequent live firing demonstrating the tool completely eliminated my extraction problems.
This model was completed with swage holders, including swages and the forging piece, for a more realistic distribution of force.
Receptacles are manufactured in press-fit, solder, swage and surface-mount styles in full compliance with future field device upgrades.
The new bolt head was then reheated and hammered into an angled notch in a swage block, turning the head again and again until the six sides were properly formed.
If the spring's loose, swage the barrel extension once firmly with a 1/4-in flat-tip punch.
Air-actuated hydraulic swaging unit (AHSU), designed to reduce makeup torque and installation time, features interchangeable, corrosion-resistant, stainless steel tooling to swage 1/4", 3/8" and 1/2" and 6, 8, 10 and 12mm tube-fitting ferrules.
Products are sold under the Crosby, Lebus, McKissick, National Swage and Bullard trade names.
He used relatively soft alloys by our standards, but while they were soft enough to swage up when fired, they were plenty hard to penetrate when they hit their intended target.
An article in the September 02 issue covered the tooling and techniques required to swage down a high ratchet.
Never stake or swage the buffer body to prevent movement of the lock depressors.