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angeschmiedetes Auge

English translation: [integrally] forged orifice

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German term or phrase:angeschmiedetes Auge
English translation:[integrally] forged orifice
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13:09 Aug 25, 2000
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Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: angeschmiedetes Auge
This is in the context of a metallurgical investigation of fractures.
...die Positionsbzeichnungen die laut Konstruktionszeichnung in der Ebene des angeschmiedeten Auges für den Hydraulikzylinder befindet.
Michael Dollman
see below
Explanation:
Looking at your context, I’d suggest s.th. like
[integrally] forged orifice

Here’s the terminology from various sources:
Auge 1. eye (Gefüge)
2. boss (Gußstückpartie)
(Stölzel, Metallurgie und Gießereitechnik)

Auge n (allg) / eye
Auge n, Ohr n, Öse f / lug, eye
Auge, Litzenhäuschen n, -auge n (Web) / eye of the heddle, mail
Auge n, Drahtöse f / wire eye
Auge n, Formauge n, -öffnung f (Hütt) / orifice o. eye of the tuyere
Auge n (Gieß) / boss
(Ernst)

Auge ring, loop, eye
(Siemens, Energie- und Automatisierungstechnik)

angeschmiedet (z. B. Flansch) / solid forged
(Ernst)
angeschmiedet -- integrally forged, forged on (Siemens)


For a picture of a forged boss, go to:
http://www.anvilfire.com/news/newsp603.htm
Doug forge welding a ring on the horn of the anvil. This was a tricky weld as the part already had a forged boss and punched hole opposite the weld.

The following URL lists "eye" products:
http://www.condux.com/products/undrgrnd/pe_pvc pulling eyes/...

Selected response from:

Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 22:03
Grading comment
Thanks, I chose forged eye to be on the safe side.
Regards

Michael Dollman
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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Explanation:
Looking at your context, I’d suggest s.th. like
[integrally] forged orifice

Here’s the terminology from various sources:
Auge 1. eye (Gefüge)
2. boss (Gußstückpartie)
(Stölzel, Metallurgie und Gießereitechnik)

Auge n (allg) / eye
Auge n, Ohr n, Öse f / lug, eye
Auge, Litzenhäuschen n, -auge n (Web) / eye of the heddle, mail
Auge n, Drahtöse f / wire eye
Auge n, Formauge n, -öffnung f (Hütt) / orifice o. eye of the tuyere
Auge n (Gieß) / boss
(Ernst)

Auge ring, loop, eye
(Siemens, Energie- und Automatisierungstechnik)

angeschmiedet (z. B. Flansch) / solid forged
(Ernst)
angeschmiedet -- integrally forged, forged on (Siemens)


For a picture of a forged boss, go to:
http://www.anvilfire.com/news/newsp603.htm
Doug forge welding a ring on the horn of the anvil. This was a tricky weld as the part already had a forged boss and punched hole opposite the weld.

The following URL lists "eye" products:
http://www.condux.com/products/undrgrnd/pe_pvc pulling eyes/...



Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 22:03
Native speaker of: German
PRO pts in pair: 3525
Grading comment
Thanks, I chose forged eye to be on the safe side.
Regards

Michael Dollman
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