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  • Article - 7 Nov 2001
    This grade combines high hardness and strength after suitable heat treatment. Corrosion and heat resistance are similar to grade 304. It is suited to production of long shafts which require no...
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    Since 1947, Insaco has been synonymous with excellence in the development and production of high precision machined parts. As a custom fabricator of ceramic, glass, sapphire, and other hard materials,...
  • Article - 7 Nov 2001
    431 is the most corrosion resistant of the martensitic grades. It has excellent tensile and torque strengths and toughness. Consequently it is suited to bolts and shaft applications e.g. nuts and...
  • Article - 23 May 2001
    Different types of MMCs and various manufacturing routes are explored. Many applications in the automotive, aerospace and sporting goods industries that are close to commercialisation are explained.
  • News - 6 Sep 2010
    TransDigm Group Incorporated (NYSE: TDG), a leading global designer, producer and supplier of highly engineered aircraft components, today announced that it has completed the acquisition of Semco...
  • News - 7 Aug 2010
    TransDigm Group Incorporated (NYSE: TDG), announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the stock of Semco Instruments Inc. (Semco), for approximately $73.5 million in...
  • News - 26 Oct 2009
    In 25 years, more than 1 billion DuPont™ Hytrel® thermoplastic elastomer constant-velocity joint (CVJ) boots have kept vehicles moving without material failure. Hytrel® boots can survive...
  • Article - 3 Mar 2006
    Silicon Carbide is one of the hardest of ceramics & retains hardness at elevated temperatures, which translates into the best wear resistance.

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