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April 2001


Birds-eye view through a SwirlKool extrusion press container looking at a CNC boring mill.


Interpretation of The American National Standards Institute Temper Designations for Extruded Aluminum Alloys
By A.J. “Bill” Bryant
Page 6

Latest Developments in Retrofitting Extrusion Presses
By James M. Pope, Extrusion Technology Associates
Page 16

How Does Your Stacker Stack Up?
By Roy Hollis
Page 24

Indalex-North American Extrusion Leaders
Page 33

Review and Analysis of Emerging Extrusion Processes Part I
By Joseph C. Benedyk
Page 40

Aluminum at Sea
By A.J. “Bill” Bryant and Roger A.P. Fielding
Page 48

Advanced Manufacturing of Curved Profiles by Hydroforming
By A. Klaus, S. Chatti, and M. Kleiner
Page 66

Recent Trends and Future Application of Aluminum Alloys to Automobiles
By Masahito Katsukura, Nissan Motor Company
Page 70

Light Metal Advances in the Automotive Industry, Part I: Magnesium
By Edward J. Vinarcik
Page 74

Architectural Light Metals
Page 78

Directory of Aluminum Extrusion Equipment Mfgrs. and Suppliers
Page 79

Learning the Extrusion Process Part I: Basic Methodology of Die Design
By Cliff Lotzenhiser
Page 96

The First Magnesium Extruder in Israel
By Michaly D. Segal, SHL-Alubin Group
Page 106

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