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June 2018


Five axis milling of a 700 mm (27.6 inch) diameter mandrel at the Almax Mori premises in Italy. The mandrel is used on a die to extrude a 450 mm (17.7 inch) wide industrial profile on an 11 inch billet container press operated by Gulf Extrusions Co. in Dubai. New engineering capabilities in die design are providing a new approach for extrusion shape feasibility.


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