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    At Zero Products, we're more than the average bolt shop. As a direct manufacturer of our products, we can provide you the immediate service your business needs. Zero Products are Bolts, Nuts, Washers,...
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    Joseph Saks was a company man, working for decades as an electrical engineer for Gries Reproducer (now Dynacast). In 1962, he founded Product Components Corporation (PCC) – and became a...
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    Thames Stockholders was established in 1984 to serve the needs of engineering companies (and all users of engineering materials) in the South East of England. Over time we have built up a wide product...
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    Strain measurement for materials testing is our sole business at Epsilon Tech. Over thirty years of experience have gone into the development of our products. At our facility in Jackson, Wyoming, we...
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    ZwickRoell manufactures and supports a wide range of materials testing machines, systems and accessories for use in research, quality control, production environments and academia. We are world...
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    Tinius Olsen is the leading specialist manufacturer and supplier of static tension and/or compression materials testing machines. Tinius Olsen machines are designed for use in Research and Quality...
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    ZwickRoell is a global leader in static and dynamic materials testing systems. Our machines are used in R&D and quality assurance in more than 20 industries. With an extensive portfolio of...
  • Article - 29 Apr 2008
    Nickel Alloy 718 is a precipitation hardenable nickel-chromium alloy. It combines high strength in the aged condition with good corrosion resistance and weldability.
  • Article - 24 Jan 2007
    Blind rivet connections require good load carrying capacities and high clamping forces, and in order to achieve good static and dynamic stresses, a good, consistent rivet and mandrel strength is very...
  • Article - 17 Aug 2004
    There are 3 main classes of titanium alloys, alpha, alpha beta and beta. The relative properties and characteristics of these groups of alloys are compared.