Cold Drawn Seamless Mechanical Tubing (CDS) is a cold drawn 1018/1026 steel tube which offers uniform tolerances, enhanced machinability and increased strength and tolerances compared to hot-rolled products.
What is the difference between cold rolled and cold drawn?
Cold drawn steel, like cold rolled steel, is processed at room temperature. However, while cold rolling produces a flat product, cold drawn steel produces a thin shape, like a rod or wire.
What is cold drawn steel used for?
What is Cold Drawn Steel Used For? The automotive industry demands a large amount of cold drawn steel products, including vehicle axles, spokes, and wheel spindles. Cold drawn steel is used to make fasteners, hand tools, cables, bolts and paper clips.
Post time: Sep-18-2022