Metal forming refers to solid metal and molten metal process such as casting, forging, stamping and machining.
Ref: 122552/2006-10-10

Metal forming makes reference to a solid and molten metal processes such as casting, forging, stamping and machining. See also casting, forging, stamping and machining definition in the lexicon
Ref: 120744/2006-10-02

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