Material Selection Guide

Metal Strenth Chart

Metal Strength Chart: a Basic Guide to Metal Strength You Must Know

Whether the metal is used to produce tools, construct buildings, or lay railroads, its strength is crucial in determining which metal is best suited for the task. Generally, strength varies depending on the metal and the application. Metal strength is one of the most important mechanical properties when categorizing metal applications and usage. Some metals …

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carbon steel

An Overview of Carbon Steel: Types, Pros, And Cons You Should Know

Modern civilization and urbanization are largely dependent on steel. Steel’s widespread application and abundance in nature have given it an advantage over other materials. Depending on the processes and demands, carbon steel accounts for a considerable share of all steel manufactured today. The application of carbon steel can be seen everywhere in our daily life. …

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Stainless Steel Vs. Titanium

Stainless Steel Vs. Titanium: Differences Between These Two Metals

Stainless steel and titanium alloy are two commonly used metals in many industrial applications. These two metals are both naturally beautiful and have their own set of qualities and strengths. Unless you go deep into their chemical and structural qualities, the difference between steel and titanium may not be clearly discernible. This article introduces stainless …

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Mold and Tool Steel

Mold and Die Steel Selection Guide

Molds and dies are tools for shaping materials and they are very important elements in product manufacturing. Molds are usually used in injection molding to shape melted resin or casting molten metal. Dies are mainly used to cut and/or shape metal to to a desired shape or profile. Materials for dies and molds include tool …

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Brass or Bronze Which is Better

Brass or Bronze, Which is Better?

It is common in the manufacturing industry today to use alloys of metal such as bronze and brass. These two metals are known as “red metals” because of their color. Bronze and brass have a wide range of properties because they contain a variety of other elements. Brass is typically made of copper and zinc, …

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