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KB44: From bottom of coil.

Category: Straightening Process | Updated: 6/4/2007 3:11:42 PM | Owner: The Professor | Read: 2707 (Last: 9/22/2014 8:17:54 AM)

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Some materials do have what is called “reverse coil set”. This happens frequently in processed or pre-finished coil. Sometimes this condition can be handled in conventional coil straighteners by simply running material off the bottom of the coil, but it must be cautioned that such an approach can introduce material control difficulties and awkward pulling angles.

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