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  • Designer's Guide to Tungsten Carbide (.pdf)
    carbide. It is a material that has been around since the early 1920's, replaced tool steel in most cutting tool applications and developed into an engineering material used to resist the harshest environments of corrosion, high temperature, impact, high compressive loads, deformation, and severe abrasion
  • Refractory Hard Metals
    for applications requiring wear resistance; the high-cobalt grades serve where impact resistance is required. Tantalum carbide and tungsten carbide combined in a matrix of nickel, cobalt, and/or chromium provide an RHM formulation especially suited for a combination of corrosion and wear resistance
  • These mounts don't get the "point "
    Replacing point contacts with line contacts boosts load capacity of kinematic mounts. Spherolinder connectors come in stainless steel, tungsten carbide, hightemperature ceramics, and engineering plastics. Applications include precisionaligned components such as silicon-chip inspection equipment

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