Producing projectiles on multi-spindle automatics

November 1997
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Nov97, Vol. 109 Issue 11, p80
Trade Publication
Provides information on the equipments used by Har Technologies Inc., a precision machining company to meet the needs of air bag manufacturer for stainless steel projectiles. Function of projectiles in air bag; Steel materials used for the projectiles; Capabilities multi-spindle automatic machine from Tornos Technologies.


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