By Nancy R. Baddoo, R. Burgan, R.G. Ogden
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5 Tube and Section Bending Created on 30 March 2011 This material is copyright - all rights reserved. 4 Induction bending Induction processes are able to achieve tight radii and are often used to bend large tubes to relatively tight tolerances. The heat also helps to minimise residual stresses. 16). The surrounding material is cooled by circulating water. A radial arm attached to the workpiece bends the heated section whilst hydraulic rams advance the workpiece through the machine. The narrowness of the heated zone (approximately 13 mm) eliminates wrinkling, and as the process requires no dies or formers, it is potentially very flexible.
The abrasive is entrained into the stream of fast moving fluid in the cutting nozzle. 3). Abrasive particle size governs cutting speed and cut smoothness, with smaller particles giving a slower smoother cutting action. Stainless steel up to 75 mm thick can be cut using this technique. Created on 30 March 2011 This material is copyright - all rights reserved. g. in fire risk zones). The use of water jet cutting is increasing, and costs are falling. 33 P179 Architects' Guide to Stainless Steel Discuss me ...
The resulting components accurately clone the original patterns. Since the process involves many stages, it has tended to be expensive. However, high levels of automation have now been achieved in many foundries, and the approach is becoming increasingly viable. Components are typically up to 1 kg, but heavier items (sometimes in excess of 30 kg) can be produced. 23 Refractory moulding for investment casting 51 P179 Architects' Guide to Stainless Steel Discuss me ... 1 Introduction A wide range of surfaces and finishing techniques is available for stainless steels.
Architects' guide to stainless steel by Nancy R. Baddoo, R. Burgan, R.G. Ogden