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June 2004


Butech designed the container housing for the 16,200-ton extrusion press at Universal Alloy in Canton, Georgia to withstand the maximum 16,200-ton extrusion force, 2000 tons of sealing force, and 500 tons of butt shear force.


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Detects Attributable to Die-Metal and Billet-Container Interaction in Direct Extrusion: Problems and Remedies
By Roy Hollis
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Superior Designs Provided by Extruded Components Key to Growing Use of Aluminum in Automotive
By Edward J. Vinarcik
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The Castool Story: Evolving Tooling Technology
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Hydro Strengthens Transportation Position In North America
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2004 Aluminum Extrusion Design Competition Winners
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