August 1, 2009
By: Patrick Cain
Warm forming, or forming material heated in the 200-degree-C to 500-degree-C range, offers dramatic improvement in forming properties over room temperature forming for many aluminum or magnesium alloys—without exotic heat sources or tooling.
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