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Description for 3542: Machine Tools, Metal Forming Types

Division D: Manufacturing | Major Group 35: Industrial And Commercial Machinery And Computer Equipment

Industry Group 354: Metalworking Machinery And Equipment


3542 Machine Tools, Metal Forming Types
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal forming machine tools, not supported in the hands of an operator while in use, for pressing, hammering, extruding, shearing, die-casting, or otherwise forming metal into shape. This industry also includes the rebuilding of such machine tools and the manufacture of repair parts for them. Establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of electric and gas welding equipment and soldering equipment are classified in Industry 3548; those manufacturing portable power-driven handtools are classified in Industry 3546; and those manufacturing rolling mill machinery and equipment are classified in Industry 3547.
  • Arbor presses
  • Beaders, metal (machines)
  • Bending and forming machines
  • Brakes metal forming
  • Bulldozers, metalworking
  • Can making machines
  • Chemical explosives metal forming machines
  • Die-casting machines
  • Drop hammers, for forging and shaping metal
  • Elastic membrane metal forming machines
  • Electroforming machines
  • Extruding machines (machine tools), metal
  • Forging machinery and hammers
  • Hammers, power (forging machinery)
  • Headers
  • High energy rate metal forming machines
  • Knurling machines
  • Machine tools, metal forming types: including rebuilding
  • Magnetic forming machines
  • Mechanical-pneumatic or hydraulic metal forming machines
  • Metal deposit forming machines
  • Nail heading machines
  • Plasma jet spray metal forming machines
  • Presses: forming, stamping, punching, and shearing (machine tools)
  • Presses: hydraulic and pneumatic, mechanical and manual
  • Punching and shearing machines
  • Rebuilt machine tools, metal forming types
  • Riveting machines
  • Robots for metal forming: e.g., pressing, hammering, extruding
  • Shearing machines, power
  • Sheet metalworking machines
  • Shock wave metal forming machines
  • Spinning lathes
  • Spinning machines, metal
  • Spline rolling machines
  • Spring winding and forming machines
  • Stretching machines
  • Swaging machines
  • Thread rolling machines
  • Ultrasonically assisted metal forming machines
  • Upsetters (forging machines)


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