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Metal drawing is a manufacturing process that involves pulling a metal workpiece through a die to reduce its cross-sectional area or change its shape. Here's a simple explanation:

Wire Drawing:

In wire drawing, a metal rod or wire is pulled through a series of dies to reduce its diameter.

Die Selection:

Dies with progressively smaller openings are used to achieve the desired final diameter.

Lubrication:

Lubricants may be applied to the metal to reduce friction during the drawing process.

Drawing Machine:

The metal rod or wire is fed through a drawing machine, which exerts force to pull it through the dies.

Reduction in Diameter:

As the metal passes through each die, its diameter is reduced until the desired size is achieved.

Shape Modification:

Drawing can also be used to change the cross-sectional shape of the metal, such as converting a round rod into a square or hexagonal shape.

Applications:

Commonly used to produce wires, rods, and tubes for various applications in industries such as manufacturing, construction, and electronics.

Advantages:

Provides precise control over diameter and shape.

Improves the mechanical properties of the metal, including strength and hardness.

In simple terms, metal drawing is a process where a metal workpiece is pulled through a series of dies to reduce its diameter or modify its cross-sectional shape, commonly used in the production of wires and other metal components.

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