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  • Graphite
    Graphite, flake graphite, and graphitic carbon have a hexagonal, crystalline structure that cleave or shears easily, making graphite a soft material and effective lubricant. A form of carbon, graphite has an anisotropic hexagonal crystal structure. Graphite brush-material grades are used
  • Copper Graphite
    Copper graphite is a composite mixture of graphite and copper metal (~15 to 95%), resulting in a material with higher conductivity than pure graphite and lower friction or sticking than pure copper in sliding contact applications. Typically, the copper bonds the graphite together to form continuous
  • Basic Information on Graphite
    be synthesized. It has been known since ancient times and is mined in various regions of the world. Only through purification and refinement does graphite become a high-tech material. Synthetic graphites can be produced by various methods and from various basic substances.
  • EDM - The Graphite Grade Factor - 10/06
    place throughout every step of production. This begins in the selection of raw materials. Different sources for coal tar pitch and coke materials result in different final properties for the graphite that is produced. These raw materials are crushed and sieved numerous times to ensure
  • EDM - Sometimes Graphite Just Isn't Enough - 03/07
    work metals, such as tool steels, are easy to EDM with traditional graphite electrodes. Others are not. Because of their unique characteristics, questions continue to arise about effectively EDMing materials like Beryllium Copper, Titanium and Tungsten Carbide. Even though graph-ite electrodes do
  • High pH Chemical Aging of Asbury 3393 Expandable Flake Graphite
    The purpose of this article is to describe the effects of boiling alkali solution (sodium hydroxide) on the expansion characteristics of 3393 expandable flake graphite. Any change in the expansion ratio of material treated by the method outlined below may indicate changes which could occur
  • Active Brazing Joins Titanium-Graphite Beam Target for Subatomic Particle Detection
    Active metal brazing allows. metals to be bonded directly to nonmetallic. materials without the. need for a metallization. Using an innovative active brazing process to join titanium to graphite,. engineers built a beam target for use in. a ground breaking physics experiment, which. sends subatomic
  • Melting Silicon in Graphite Crucible for Material Testing (.pdf)
    A four turn helical coil is used to heat the crucible. The crucible is wrapped with a layer of insulation and placed into the coil.

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