Definition of Dropforged
1. dropforge [v] - See also: dropforge
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Literary usage of Dropforged
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Manual of Military Aviation by Hollis Leroy Müller (1917)
"The camshaft is made of open hearth or dropforged steel, with integral cams, case hardened. Five or seven bearings are good practice; bearings should be ..."
2. The Model T Ford Car, Its Construction, Operation and Repair: A Complete by Victor Wilfred Pagé (1916)
"Two of these are at the axle where the single rear spring member is shackled to dropforged steel hangers secured to brake shoe retaining plates while the ..."
3. Dyke's Automobile Encyclopedia by Andrew Lee Dyke (1911)
"The Steering Yokes Are Usually Separate Pieces, brazed to the ends of the axle, for which these parts are sometimes dropforged in one piece, ..."
4. Screw Threads: Bibliography of Available Material on the Systems, and by Henry Ernest Haferkorn, U.S. Army Engineer School (1918)
"... and construction of special tools for various classes of work, including cast iron levers, dropforged pieces and small parts made from steel bars. ..."