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The discussion over this request takes place on the quality assurance side. Here the concrete reason, why this article on the QA sides was registered: not one Googletreffer makes me sceptical - also the example with the oak sheet does not sound particularly realistically. If no Fake needs, the article further Wikifizierung, categorization and shift to the correct Lemma (with "tt") -- srb 02:02, 26. May 2006 (CEST)

Explosively applied cladding is a blow up-technical procedure, with which using explosive explosives a casting of an article is produced into a flat surface. Are purify and finest structures in e.g. copper plates realizable. The article which can be illustrated (e.g. an oak sheet) becomes on a distortable document (e.g. Copper, feritischer steel, bronze, nickel etc.) presented. Whereupon a flat, not distortable edition follows (e.g. Glass). On the latters the explosive is laid on as even, laminar layer. The kind of the explosive (detonation speed, and the degree of the insulation depend on the illustration material, that object characteristics and the representation accuracy. Usually explosives with detonation speeds of 2000 to 5000 m/s are used. The ignition of the explosive charge comes either from the center over the object (measure-exact illustration of the horizontal dimension) or from the edge from at least two sides (exact illustration of the lower surface structure). Apart from some special applications in the electron microscopy this procedure is used only extremely rarely to the production of decoration or aligners in mechanical engineering.


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