Slow earthquakes on the flank of Kilauea volcano, Hawai'i

@inproceedings{Brooks2005SlowEO,
  title={Slow earthquakes on the flank of Kilauea volcano, Hawai'i},
  author={Benjamin A. Brooks and Jennifer Foster and Michael Bevis and L. Neil Frazer and Mark Dietrich Behn},
  year={2005}
}
A method of forming a container body having a profiled bottom in a continuous operation wherein the body is formed from a blank of material into an inverted cup, the cup is reverse drawn and a preliminary profile is imparted to the bottom of the cup, and a final profile is imparted. The apparatus includes a die cut edge movable into telescoping relationship around a redraw die to form the inverted cup and a profile punch movable into telescoping relationship within the redraw die to form the… Expand

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