Definition of deep-drawn in English:

deep-drawn

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adjective

(Of metal) shaped by being forced through a die when cold.
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  • The device can locate and display microscopic pinholes, pores, cracks, and fissures in deep-drawn foil, lidding foil, PVC, and other nontransparent lid and base materials.

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