Depending on the application, tubes may require subsequent drawing following the extrusion process. Examples of this are: a requirement for a high degree of dimensional control and/or the need for tight tolerances, where the final outside diameter and/or wall thickness of the extruded tubes can only be achieved by subsequent cold drawing, where the final mechanical properties for non-heat treatable alloys are to be achieved by strain hardening (drawing) or where special requirements exist for the microstructure of the tubes.

Pipes and tubes, aluminium
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Drawing of Aluminium Tubes

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