Near-net extrusion process produces special-shaped titanium and stainless-steel components for manufacturers in the automotive, aerospace, defense, machine tool, and industrial equipment manufacturing industries. Near-net extrusion operation begins with a solid round bar of titanium or stainless steel that is cut into shorter billets. Each billet is induction-heated to the correct extrusion temperature and coated with a powdered glass during transfer to the extrusion chamber.
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