Fuller (fullering impression)

Portion of the dieThe machined recess in a die that gives the forging its shape. that is used in hammer forgingThe mechanical forming of metal by means of a hammer. The action of the hammer is that of an instantaneous application of pressure in the form of a sudden blow. primarily to reduce the cross section and lengthen a portion of the forging stockA wrought rod, bar, or other section suitable for subsequent change in cross section by forging.. The fullering impressionPortion of the die that is used in hammer forging primarily to reduce the cross section and lengthen a portion of the forging stock. The fullering impression is often used in conjunction with an edger (or edging impression). is often used in conjunction with an edgerThe portion of the die impression that distributes metal, during forging, into areas where it is most needed to facilitate filling the cavities of subsequent impressions to be used in the forging sequence. See also Fuller. (or edging impressionThe portion of the die impression that distributes metal, during forging, into areas where it is most needed to facilitate filling the cavities of subsequent impressions to be used in the forging sequence. See also Fuller.).