Definition of Swages
1. Noun. (plural of swage) ¹
2. Verb. (third-person singular of swage) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Swages
1. swage [v] - See also: swage
Lexicographical Neighbors of Swages
Literary usage of Swages
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Forging: Manual of Practical Instruction in Hand Forging of Wrought Iron by John Jernberg (1919)
"swages. swages, shown in Fig. 15, are used for finishing round and convex surfaces. ... The swages shown here are used for round work, octagonal, hexagonal, ..."
2. Forging: Manual of Practical Instruction in Hand Forging of Wrought Iron by John Jernberg (1917)
"swages. swages, shown in Fig. 15, are used for finishing round and convex surfaces. The upper tool is known as the top swage and is provided with a handle. ..."
3. Smith's Work: With Numerous Engravings and Diagrams by Paul Nooncree Hasluck (1902)
"56, 57, and 58, ths top swages guide themselves, and the work can be held ... Spring swages. hammer, while in Fig. 57 the lower swage has a pin to fit into ..."
4. The Mechanics' Magazine (1854)
"5, a vertical sectio upper and lower combined swages and swage-bars through the line 1 1. In describing this arrangement, the patentee says, ..."
5. Tool-steel: A Concise Handbook on Tool-steel in General, Its Treatment in by Otto Thallner, William Theodore Brannt (1902)
"For rapidly running hammers working with a weak blow, and for swages with very ... For swages with broad faces, especially when subject to vigorous blows, ..."
6. Cyclopedia of Modern Shop Practice: A Manual of Shop Practice, Pattern edited by Howard Monroe Raymond (1904)
"Then come the tongs, flatters, swages, drifts, fullers, punches, calipers, etc. Hammers differ in weight more than in form. The common shape of hammer used ..."
7. The Manufacture of Steel: Containing the Practice and Principles of Working by Frederick Overman, A. A. Fesquet (1873)
"10, A; punches, B; swages, 0; to which a bottom tool belongs, which is cut with its square tail, or shank, in the anvil. D, fig. 10, is a representation of ..."