To force, press, or push out; to shape (as metal or plastic) by forcing through a die.
Tile or trim unit that is formed when clay mixtures are forced through a die of suitable configuration, resulting in a continuous ribbon of formed clay. A wire cutter or similar cut-off device is then used to cut the ribbon into appropriate lengths and widths of tile.
Some of our brass components are manufactured from extruded brass. Solid bars of brass are drawn through a die to give it a specific shape or profile. An extruded brass plate gives a nice 'sharp' 90-degree angle. ace Fixing Another term for a straight cupboard lock. These locks do not require any of the wood to be cut out apart from the keyhole. They are very east to fit.