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    Manufacturer & suppliers of special chemicals, explosives, propellants, ammunition, pyrotechnic & ordnance components, demilitarization products, military equipment and machinery, law...
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    Carteret Die Casting Corp., is an ISO Certified, privately held corporation specializing in the production of custom zinc die castings and finished assemblies in both large and small quantities and...
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    Founded in 1976, Service Chemical Incorporated was originally established to serve the chemical needs of the pyrotechnic, ordnance, and special effects industries. Over the past 25 years, Service...
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    Cablecraft Motion Controls, headquartered in New Haven, Indiana, is a leader in mechanical control assemblies and is your best single source for quality cable and linkage products. Through...
  • Article - 19 Apr 2005
    Aluminium alloy 2011 is a high mechanical strength alloy that machines exceptionally well. Often called a Free Machining Alloy or "FMA" it is well suited to use in automatic lathes.
  • Article - 21 Aug 2001
    Approximately three times more expensive than SMC. Relative advantages, disadvantages and applications are listed together with a table of typical properties.
  • Article - 18 Apr 2005
    Aluminium alloy 1050 is a popular grade of aluminium for general sheet metal work where moderate strength is required. 1050 is known for its excellent corrosion resistance, high ductility and highly...
  • Article - 29 Sep 2004
    The US Army has awarded Goodrich a contract ti develop carbon fibre reinforced composites for use in 81mm mortar barrels. The benefits of using this type of materials are mentioned. Posted July 8 2004
  • Article - 21 Jun 2004
    The Howitzer M777 is the replacement for the M198. Advantages of the M777 over the M198 are reported as well as materials and design criteria and choices. The resulting performance and production...
  • Article - 15 Feb 2002
    Every year, 200 million tungsten bullets are produced, each using an ounce of tungsten. That amounts to over 5500 tons or one-eighth of the current annual tungsten consumption across the globe.