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  • TherMark Helps Colonial Engraving Laser Mark Metals
    , two-person business, Short handles a wide range of projects, from engraving electrical wall plates and office signs for commercial customers to glassware and gifts for consumers. Short's laser marking work mostly involves steel, stainless steel and brass products. She had grown frustrated
  • Copper
    alloys have relatively low strength-to-weight ratios and low strengths at elevated temperatures. Some copper alloys are also susceptible to stress-corrosion cracking unless they are stress relieved. Copper and its alloys -- the brasses and bronzes -- are available in rod, plate, strip, sheet, tube
  • Electrochemical Marking and Etching
    the depth of the mark. Images that can be produced include logos, trademarks, part numbers, scales, and graphics. Permanent markings from 0.030" to 2.0" can be marked on any conductive metallic material, including: aluminum, brass, carbide, nickel plate, stainless steel, titanium, and even heat treated
  • Zinc
    ), and wood (in paints). Zinc is also used to make brass, bronze, and die-casting alloys in plate, strip, and coil; foundry alloys; superplastic zinc; and activators and stabilizers for plastics. Zinc-casting alloys can be grouped into two general categories: standard zinc die-casting alloys, and the newer
  • A Room Temperature, Low-Stress Bonding Process to Reduce the Impact of Use Stress on a Sputtering Target Assembly (.pdf)
    , such as tungsten (CTE of 4.5*10-6/°C), tantalum (6.5*10-6/°C), and molybdenum (5.1*10-6/°C) compared with their backing plates, which are typically made of aluminum (23*10-6/°C), brass (21.2*10-6/°C), or copper-chrome (17.6*10-6/°C). Standard soldering and solid state joining processes have
  • Applications
    Fasteners smaller than 3/32 in. in diameter and bolts or unthreaded pins up to 1 1/4 in. in diameter can be successfully welded. Fastener lengths vary from 1/4 to 40 in., depending upon end use. Fasteners may be made of mild steel, stainless steel, alloy steel, aluminum, brass, bronze, or magnesium
  • Copper-jacketed germ buster
    Center, both in Charleston, S.C. The 18-month clinical trial at Selly Oak, as well as those being conducted in the U.S., will pit copper door handles and push plates, IV poles, bathroom taps, toilet flush-handles, grab rails, and other frequently touched surfaces against traditional metal fittings

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