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Industrial Extruders Glossary
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Maria Antonietta Ricagno (65 pts)

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Clevis pin Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Closure plug Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Coating agents Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Coating resins Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Collet Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Compounding Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Cored agitator shaft Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Counterbored Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Cyclone Collector Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Die Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Die plate Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Discharge conveyor Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Discharge end Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Double lead Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Drive Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
drive motor Engineering (general)Engineering: Mechanical = Mechanics Valentina Viali 
EPL Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Extrudate Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Extrusion hall Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 
Extrusion head Engineering (general) Maria Antonietta Ricagno 



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