For the new generation of watch chains, the reason why cemented carbide should be used as the core raw material is that it has better wear resistance and the product is not prone to deformation under any circumstances. In this article, let’s take a quick look at the cemented carbide for watch chains.
Cemented carbide is a tungsten product that uses tungsten carbide and cobalt powder as the main production raw materials and nickel, iron, titanium, and other elements as auxiliary materials. It has the characteristics of high hardness, high strength, corrosion resistance, and no rust. It is widely used in hardware, machinery, chemical, defense, and other industries to make high-precision and high-wear-resistant key components.
According to different uses and appearance, the cemented carbide can be divided into the following series:
Progressive dies, drawing dies, draw dies, wire drawing dies, hot extrusion dies, cold punching dies, forming blanking dies, cold heading dies and other products can use cemented carbide as the key production raw material.
Road digging teeth, road digging teeth, gun bits, drill bits, bit teeth, down-the-hole bit teeth, cone bit teeth, coal cutter picks, hollow bit teeth, and other mechanical equipment parts, can all be made of cemented carbide manufacturing.
Sealing rings, plunger materials, guide rail materials, rocket nozzles, grinding machine spindle materials, and other mechanical parts can all be produced with cemented carbide.
Through the introduction of the above, we may have a certain understanding of the cemented carbide. In addition to the production of parts for large-scale equipment, it can also be used to make watch chains, rings, pendants, bracelets, bracelets, earrings, and other decorations. Please note that this kind of decoration is usually black or gray.
Thank you for reading our article and we hope it can help you to have a better understanding of the cemented carbide for watch chains. If you want to learn more about cemented carbide, we would like to advise you to visit Advanced Refractory Metals (ARM) for more information.
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