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Metal Balls - (127 companies)Metal balls are rolling, spherical elements that exhibit greater strength and toughness than plastic and ceramic balls. They have a sufficient hardness for many industrial ball applications, and most products are electrically conductive. Some steel, nickel, and cobalt balls can be magnetized. Metal balls made from certain alloys can also provide corrosion resistance and refractory resistance. Search by Specification | Learn More
Balls and Sphere Shapes - (212 companies)
Ceramic Balls - (74 companies)
Plastic and Rubber Balls - (61 companies)Plastic and rubber balls are rolling, spherical elements that have low friction values and require little or no lubrication. They are lighter than metal balls and resistant corrosion and abrasion. Some plastic balls resist high temperatures, but others do not. Rubber balls are characterized by a high degree of flexibility and elasticity. Search by Specification | Learn More
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Clippard Instrument Laboratory, Inc.
Minimatic® Miniature Cylinders most experienced manufacturer of miniature pneumatic equipment. They are of the finest OEM quality, fully tested for outstanding performance and long life. Special steps in manufacture insure the high quality of Clippard cylinders. These include: ground, polished and roller burnished rods to protect seals and provide smooth action; tube ID precision through "ballizing" with carbide precision balls; high precision screw machine parts manufacture, based on concentric design that lends itself... (read more)Browse Air Cylinders Datasheets for Clippard Instrument Laboratory, Inc.
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SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR BALLIZING A BORE HOLE OF A WORKPIECE AND...
SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR BALLIZING A BORE HOLE OF A WORKPIECE AND FOR MEASURING THE DIAMETER OF SAID BORE HOLE
Tungsten Carbide (TC) Balls
Decimal-inch size tungsten carbide balls are widely used for ballizing or hole sizing.
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Shop Doc â?? Holding Tight | Todays Machining World
There is a technique, which may help you hold your tolerance on the part, known as ballizing.
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National Ball-O-Matic Offers Tungsten Carbide balls, wafers and ballizing equipment.
Finishing of non-ferrous internal surfaces using ballizing technique
processes, the most common are roller burnishing and ball burnishing (ballizing). In both cases, a burnishing tool rubs against the workpiece and
Broaching Solutions: Ty Miles Accurate, Affordable Broaching...
Builders of ballizing systems Ty Miles affordable used broaching machines
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