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  • Fixed Abrasives Take Lapping Into Another Dimension
    Traditionally, the grinding. process known as. lapping has been. employed in stock removal of. metal and ceramic workpieces. to achieve a desired concentricity. or "fl atness." Flat. lapping typically involves. a slurry of loose aluminum. oxide, silicon carbide or other. abrasive grains fl owed
  • Fibers
    unchanged, and the composite has good colorability. Among the strongest materials are metal fibers formed by controlled solidification and cold drawing. Some nonmetallic fibers such as aluminum oxide and silicon carbide are nearly as strong as metal fibers but have a higher modulus of elasticity. Fibers
  • Application of WG-300
    with extremely strong, stiff, silicon-carbide crystals, commonly called whiskers. These whiskers are grown under carefully controlled conditions and, due to their high purity and lack of grain boundaries, approach the theoretical maximum strength obtainable. This strength is calculated to be in the order of 1

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