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C. Lever with partly knurled pin driven into it. d. Knurled shaft with lever forced on to it. ) Inserts are used in plastics and cast-metal products. Embedding usually takes place in metal moulds or impressions, because the insert often has to be positioned very accurately. Possible reasons for choosing this type of structure are : • to impart some local or other property to the product, such as increased strength, hardness or resistance to wear; • to procure solderability, resilience or thermal or electrical conductivity; • to avoid complex cavities or cores in the mould.
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