‘Frightening’ metal injection in Corrugated Metal

Corrugating metal metal is a dangerous new trend in metal manufacturing, especially for metal injection molding, and it can cause problems for people.

But now a new study says that it can also be deadly.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the problem is increasing because of the growing use of new types of metal injection.

It says metal injection is the number one cause of death for metal-containing implants, including metal screws and metal parts.

Metal injection has been around for a long time, and the CDC says there are several different types.

Metal injection can be a part of a mold process.

Metal-containing injection can take place in the form of metal screws or metal parts in injection mold machines.

It can also happen in the injection mold process itself.

Injection molding is a process where metal is injected into a plastic mold.

The CDC says that the rate of death among injection-moulded people is increasing.

The study looked at data from the National Death Index and the U. S. Centers For Disease Control.

It found that injection-metal-containing deaths increased significantly between 2013 and 2015.

It found that metal-injection deaths increased by 6% in 2015, to 3,813.

That’s up from 3,064 deaths in 2012.

The increase was even more dramatic when you factor in other causes of death.

The researchers say that metal injection caused 3,900 deaths in 2015.

The report says that metal injections were the number-one cause of deaths among injection mold users in 2015 and 2016.

The authors say that the increase in injection-metals-related deaths is likely due to the new types and sizes of injection machines, as well as increased awareness of metal-infused injection and the increased use of metal as a part in metal-related manufacturing.

In other words, it’s a very new trend, the authors say.