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What would your design or feature "wish list" be for this product?
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Which product???? For power station steels require high creep strength - in parent and weld HAZ material, good weldability preferably without PWHT, resistance to on-load oxidation and off-load corrosion.
~Ben G, Metallurgist, Nottingham, UK
That a plastic based material would have a ferrous metal component sufficient to be attracted to and fasten to a magnet...
~Project Management, Lindsay, Canada
Looking forward to a metal that can be sintered and keep magnetic properties
~Mario C, Project Manager, Juarez, Mexico
Appropriate corrosion resistance at low final product cost.
~Kåre J, Engineering Consultant, Vihals, Norway
Better inherent corrosion resistance.
~Mike R, Engineering Consultant, Edmonton, Canada
~Alan Iannacito, Engineering Consultant, Littleton, CO

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