extrusion extrusion  /ɪk ˈstru ʒən/


  1. (n) something that bulges out or is protuberant or projects from its surroundings
  2. (n) squeezing out by applying pressure


  1. A House subcommittee okayed an Air Force program to spend $389 million on 20 big forging and extrusion presses.
  2. A comical bean shape might appear to reach out to an adjoining bean by means of a vaguely phallic extrusion.
  3. In 1946 he cut loose from the family circle to buy a war-surplus aluminum-extrusion plant in Torrance, Calif.


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  1. "While these pressures will likely remain for some time we continue to show strong operational performance. Particularly encouraging is the progress in our Rolled Products and Extrusion segments," Reiten said.
    on Jul 21, 2008 By: Eivind Reiten Source: Norway Post

  2. In a prepared statement, Gov. Mitch Daniels said that "more and more companies are recognizing that Indiana is a great place to do business, and we're glad Applied Extrusion Technologies selected Indiana for this expansion."
    on Feb 7, 2008 By: Mitch Daniels Source: Terre Haute Tribune Star

  3. "We at POSA have a history of innovation in silicone extrusion technology," said Federico Lo Cicero, President, POSA spa. "These new Momentive materials will help us optimize our processing capabilities, and allow us to offer our customers a...
    on Oct 6, 2009 By: Marcus Cicero Source: Reuters

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