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April 2018


A complex, three-piece interlocking extrusion designed by Almag Aluminum for a floating staircase at its headquarters in Brampton, ON, Canada. The company recently expanded its capacity for the production of complex extruded components with the installation of a new 25 MN, 8 inch extrusion press line in Brampton. Learn more about the new press on page 6 and the complex profile design on page 28. (Photo: Robert Ciolfi,


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Automated Approach for Optimization of the Extrusion Process
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Modernizing Older Extrusion Press Lines
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Cooling Water Considerations in DC Casting
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