Article - 6 Aug 2008
The 13-8PH alloy is a martensitic, precipitation hardening (maraging) stainless steel. Super Alloys not only provide access to the largest range of high-tec metals in Europe, but also access to the...
Article - 16 Oct 2014
This article describes the cost and weight evaluation of fully tested Dornier 728 nose landing gear doors reengineered using ROHACELL® HERO polymethacrylimide (PMI) closed cell rigid structural foam...
Article - 5 Aug 2008
Super Alloys not only provide access to the largest range of high-tec metals in Europe, but also access to the broadest range of expertise. Alloy 250 is an age-hardenable (maraging) iron-nickel steel,...
Article - 18 May 2005
Grade 303 is the most readily machineable of all the austenitic grades of stainless steel. The properties, applications and fabrication details are provided for 303 stainless steel.
Article - 11 May 2005
Bronze alloy PB102 is a Phosphor Bronze. Along with the very similar alloy C51800, PB102 is the most widely used of the wrought phosphor bronzes.The properties, applications and fabrication details...
Article - 22 Oct 2001
303 stsinless steel is the optiumum machining grade austenitic stainless grade. Selenium can be added to improve hot and cold forming properties. It is suited to nuts and bolts, bushings, shafts,...
Article - 9 Oct 2001
Metallic powders are good absorbers of microwaves and can be sintered by microwave radiation. Processing in this way has advantages over conventional methods including faster and more energy efficient...
Article - 13 May 2008
17-4 stainless steel is an age-hardening martensitic alloy combining high strength with the corrosion resistance of stainless steel. Hardening is achieved by a short-time, simple low-temperature...
Article - 16 Aug 2001
Contains a general overview of the polymer Polyimide including relative advantages, disadvantages and applications, together with a table of typical properties.
Article - 30 Oct 2003
Forging processes used in Australia such as open die, closed die, non-ferrous and cold and warm steel forging are outlined. Their applications and limitations are also described.