Sheet Metal Forming: Ironing

Sheet metal may also be ironed to achieve a uniform thickness

Sheet metal forming ironing definition

Most aluminum cans, for instance, are made of ironed aluminum. In its raw state, the aluminum sheet metal is too thick for beverage cans, so it’s ironed to achieve a thinner, more uniform composition. Ironing involves the use of a punch to force sheet metal between two dies.

Sheet metal forming ironing
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