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the fire equipped with forced-draft bellows used by a farrier for rapid heating of horseshoes for hot-shoeing.
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Upon checking the passports, the airline officer discovered that the passports were forged and that they did not have any UAE entry or exit stamps on them although they had Schengen visas.
If we consider the maximum press frequency 20 strokes per minute with the three dies, one forged part needs 9 seconds.
The defendant admitted that he got the forged document from his Pakistani accomplice for Dh900.
3 million) to set up a new production line to the existing three to increase annual capacity to about one million forged wheels.
In one of the men's car, a forged BD20 was found along with Chinese currency and tools used for forgery.
Forged components are used in many applications other than orthopedics--everything from hammers to garden rakes and high-precision components found in airplanes and rockets (more than 18,000 forgings are contained in a single Boeing 747).
60] Hyunkee Kim and Taylan Alfan have been given several examples of cold forged parts collected from literature and cold forging industry.
As the forged crankshaft market continues to expand, local customers have requested ICI to increase production.
However, he points out that the preponderance of engines built for European and Asian applications have forged steel con rods, primarily because, Anderson says, "forged components are stronger and more durable.
And with advancements in forging technologies and methods, forged parts are now available in a variety of shapes--rivaling cast part shapes--at less cost than in the past.
They know about forged and stamped these days," said Nicole Maile, product manager for cutlery and flatware at Crate & Barrel.