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April 2013


The sheared face of a “hub” extrusion die used to connect several drawn tubes together to form a tent system. This is the first die that was run at the Alfiniti drawn tube operation in Winton, NC. Alfiniti expanded through investment in equipment to supply their internal tube bloom feedstock. See story beginning on page 6. (Photo by J.D. Schloz)


Alfinity Winton Expands Drawn Tube Operation: Invests in 3,000 Ton Chinese Extrusion Press Line
By J.D. Schloz
Page 6
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The Puller as Enabler of Productivity in Aluminum Extrusion
By Roy Hollis
Page 12
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Spanish Extruder Thrives in Difficult Market
Page 22
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Metallurgical Fundamentals Applicable to H13 Steel Dies Used in Aluminum High Pressure Die Castings and Extrusion
By Joseph C. Benedyk
Page 26
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Designing with Aluminum Extrusion, Part I
By Craig Werner
Page 36
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Fair Trade for Aluminum Extruders in North America: Where Have We Been & Where Are We Going?
By Rand Baldwin
Page 42
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First Extruder in Gulf Maintains Leadership Position While Expanding and Responding to Market Dynamics
Page 46
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Engineering and Designing Aluminum Structural Solutions: Interview with Alexandre de la Chevrotiere, CEO of MAADI Group
Page 50
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Interview with Bonnie Cartwright, Exco Technologies: Established North American Die Maker Continues Robust Growth into South America
Page 58
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