Category: Properties of Refractory Metal

High-strength & High-elasticity Titanium Alloy Development Status

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High-strength & High-elasticity Titanium Alloy Development Status Titanium alloy‘s high strength and low elastic modulus endow it with excellent elastic deformation ability, and it is widely used in the aerospace field as a structural and functional integrated material. In the 1950s, the United States first used titanium alloy bolts made of Ti-6Al-4V on B-52 bombers, which […]

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Applications and Properties of Tungsten Nickel Iron Alloy

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Applications and Properties of Tungsten Nickel Iron Alloy Tungsten-nickel-iron alloy, also known as Ferro-tungsten -nickel alloy. It can be simply understood as an alloy with tungsten as the main raw material and nickel, iron, and copper as auxiliary raw materials, and the ratio of adding nickel-iron is generally 7:3 or 1:1. In this article, let’s […]

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Types of High Temperature Refractory Metal Materials in Laser Forming

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Types of High-Temperature Refractory Metal Materials in Laser Forming Refractory metal materials with a high melting point and special properties have been developed as high – tech materials. Due to the high melting point and high-temperature strength, the smelting process of these materials is very difficult, and most refractory alloys are manufactured by powder metallurgy. […]

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Refractory Metal Powders VS 3D Printing Technology

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Refractory Metal Powders VS 3D Printing Technology 3D printing technology is also called additive manufacturing, and the metal devices produced by this technology are somewhat similar to the powder gold treatment technology we currently use, all of which are built on metal powder, and the difference is that the material powder is not bonded by […]

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