The low-cost way to point, reduce and form rod, tube or wire Swaging is a special type of forging in which metal is formed by a rapid succession of hammer blows. It is easily the most economical method ever employed to point tubing, rod, and wire for redraw – and to size, reduce, shape, taper, bond or form metal parts, hot or cold. Metal is formed – not machined – so there are no wasteful chips. Swaging actually improves grain structure giving the part greater strength and an unusually fine finish.
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Rotem Industrial Products
46 Brydon Dr.
Toronto, Ontario M9W 4N5
Comtech North America
P.O. Box 309
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48303
Active Tool & Supply Company
2389 Durand Drive
Downers Grove, Illinois 60516
Fracc. La Vida
Av. De la Vida 106 Condo A - 18
Corregidora, Queretaro de Arteaga 76908