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  • Cast Iron
    excellent machinability (even at wear-resisting hardness levels), damps vibration, and aids lubrication on wearing surfaces (even under borderline lubrication conditions). When most of the carbon remains combined with the iron (as in white iron), the presence of hard iron carbides provides good abrasion
  • Guidelines for Designing and Machining Meehanite Austempered Ductile Iron Castings
    The special features tht make MEEHANITE ADI a suitable material for demanding applications are based on the microstructure. It differs from all other unalloyed or lightly alloyed normal carbon steels and cast irons in that its microstructure does not contain any hard and brittle iron carbide, i.e
  • Cast Metal / Iron
    Measuring tool or component such as a base or head attachment are often made from a cast metal such as alumimum, zinc or cast iron. The term "cast iron" refers not to a single material, but to a family of materials whose major constituent is iron, with important trace amounts of carbon and silicon
  • Carbide Grade Descriptions
    with multi-purpose chipbreakers for heavy roughing through finishing. GA-5023 A high-speed performance grade for turning and milling cast iron. GA-5023 features an advanced MT-CVD coating specifically developed for abrasive wear resistance. Application ranges from roughing to finishing on most cast iron
  • Austempering
    and a dispersion of cementite (iron carbide) and ferrite (alpha iron). Bainite is tougher than quenched and tempered structures in certain steels at specific hardness levels. The martensite transformation is a diffusionless reaction that proceeds rapidly (at the speed of sound) as a shear wave
  • Quenching and Tempering
    (iron carbide) phase in an iron ferrite matrix. Tempered martensite or tempered steel is the product of a conventional hardening process. The martensite transformation is a diffusionless reaction that proceeds rapidly (at the speed of sound) as a shear wave through the material. Careful control
  • Ceramic Grade Descriptions
    at finishing high-strength alloy materials. HSN-100 The latest in engineered silicon-nitride cutting tools has superior toughness and high cutting speed capability. For the turning and milling of all classes of cast iron. HSN-100 is a good choice for ductile, malleable, nodular, and other difficult
  • Ceramic-Matrix Composites
    The class of materials known as ceramic matrix composites, or CMCs, shows considerable promise for providing fracture-toughness values similar to those for metals such as cast iron. Two kinds of damage-tolerant ceramic-ceramic composites are being developed. One incorporates a continuous

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