Drawn, Ground, and Polished (DGP) is a classification of finishing processes often used for metal shafting. Cold drawing increases the metal's strength, while grinding and polishing improves the surface finish and roundness for high dimensional accuracy.

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  • Drawn, Ground, and Polished (DGP) is a classification of finishing processes often used for metal shafting. Cold drawing increases the metal's strength, while grinding and polishing improves the surface finish and roundness for high dimensional accuracy. (en)
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  • Drawn, Ground, and Polished (DGP) is a classification of finishing processes often used for metal shafting. Cold drawing increases the metal's strength, while grinding and polishing improves the surface finish and roundness for high dimensional accuracy. (en)
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  • Drawn, Ground, and Polished (en)
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