Mandrel


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Mandrel - short version

(1) Often used in metal spinning to describe the solid form against which the sheet of metal is spun to achieve the desired shape.



Mandrel - long version

The core around which paper, fabric, resin-impregnated glass or graphite is wound to form pipes, tubes, etc. In filament winding, the mandrel is the part that acts as the core as well as the master mould (pattern). The mandrel can be an in-situ metallic hollow mandrel or a dissolvable/removable mandrel.



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