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Mass Heating is used for a wide variety of Applications. Here are a few:

Forging is the heating of a metal to a point slightly below the melting point, but sufficiently high to be able to stamp / forge the part into a near final form. Example include Crankshafts and hand tools.

In the production of steel the initial rolling passes are done with the metal hot. This allows fairly large reductions from the starting billet size. In today's continuous casters, the metal is feed directly to the rolling mill from the caster and heating may not be required, or only the edges may need to be heated.









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