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Steel Balls

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Chrome Alloy Steel Balls, the most common bearing alloy, are manufactured from steel of the hardening type AISI E-52100. The balls are heat treated to a hardness of 62 HRC minimum. They are strongly attracted by a magnet.

Hardened Stainless Steel Balls are widely used in bearings and valves, and are manufactured from steel AISI type 440C. Hardness is 58 HRC minimum. They are strongly attracted by a magnet.

Unhardened Stainless Steel Balls are manufactured from steel AISI Type 316 or 302. This material is only slightly magnetic. It may be machined, drilled, and tapped. It has the best corrosion resistance of the standard metals. Hardness is about 30 HRC.

Brass Balls are widely used in tooling and are manufactured from Copper 60-70%, Zinc 30-40%. They are easy to machine, drill, and tap. This material is nearly nonmagnetic. Hardness is 80 HRB.

Soft Mild Steel Balls are manufactured from steel, AISI type 1018. They are strongly attracted by a magnet. Soft mild steel is easy to machine, drill, and tap. The balls are highly polished for decorative applications etc. Hardness 28 HRC.

Aluminum Balls are manufactured from Aluminum Association Specification No. 2017 (SAE No.26). The material is nonmagnetic. It is easy to machine, drill, and tap.

Tungsten Carbide Balls are manufactured from high grade material in the range of Tungsten Carbide 93.5-94.5%, Cobalt 5.5-6.5%. The balls may be ground with diamond wheels and shaped with electro discharge machines. This is one of the hardest, toughest, and most rigid materials available. It is slightly magnetic.

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Copper Sheet

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Copper is a reddish metal with a face-centered cubic crystalline structure. It reflects red and orange light and absorbs other frequencies in the visible spectrum, due to its band structure, so it as a nice reddish color. It is malleable, ductile, and an extremely good conductor of both heat and electricity. It is softer than zinc and can be polished to a bright finish. It is found in group Ib of the periodic table, together with silver and gold. Copper has low chemical reactivity. In moist air it slowly forms a greenish surface film called patina; this coating protects the metal from further attack.

Applications

Most copper is used for electrical equipment (60%); construction, such as roofing and plumbing (20%); industrial machinery, such as heat exchangers (15%) and alloys (5%). The main long established copper alloys are bronze, brass (a copper-zinc alloy), copper-tin-zinc, which was strong enough to make guns and cannons, and was known as gun metal, copper and nickel, known as cupronickel, which was the preferred metal for low-denomination coins.
Copper is ideal for electrical wiring because it is easily worked, can be drawn into fine wire and has a high electrical conductivity.




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Alloy Powder

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316L Stainless Steel Powder: A Versatile Material for Additive Manufacturing and Metal Injection Moulding

In this blog, we will introduce 316L powder, a type of metal powder that has many applications in different industries. We will explain what 316L powder is, what are its main properties. Advantages of using 316L powder in AM. We will also discuss how 316L powder can be used in additive manufacturing and metal injection moulding,

What is 316L Stainless Steel Powder?

316L powder is a metal powder that consists of fine particles of 316L grade stainless steel. 316L grade stainless steel is an austenitic stainless steel with low carbon content and high corrosion resistance. It also has good weldability, formability, and ductility. 316L grade stainless steel is one of the most common stainless steels used in various applications, such as chemical processing, food processing, pharmaceutical, marine, biomedical, and more.

316L powder can be produced by various methods, such as gas atomization, water atomization, plasma atomization, or mechanical milling. The size and shape of the powder particles can vary depending on the production method and the desired properties. The typical particle size range of 316L powder is from 10 to 150 microns, and the typical shape is spherical or irregular.

The main properties of 316L stainless steel powder
  • Chemical composition: The chemical composition of 316L stainless steel powder is similar to that of 316L grade stainless steel. It contains about 16-18% chromium, 10-14% nickel, 2-3% molybdenum, and less than 0.03% carbon. It also contains small amounts of manganese, silicon, phosphorus, sulfur, nitrogen, and iron.
  • Physical properties: The physical properties of 316L stainless steel powder depend on the particle size and shape. The density of the powder is about 7.9 g/cm3, and the melting point is about 1400°C. The powder has good flowability and compressibility, which are important for manufacturing processes.
  • Mechanical properties: The mechanical properties of 316L stainless steel powder depend on the manufacturing process and the post-processing conditions. The powder can achieve high strength, hardness, toughness, fatigue resistance, and wear resistance after sintering or melting. The typical tensile strength of 316L powder is from 500 to 700 MPa, and the typical elongation is from 30 to 50%.
Advantages of using 316L stainless steel powder in AM.
  • Design freedom: AM can create parts with complex geometries, internal structures, and functional features that are difficult or impossible to achieve by conventional manufacturing methods. AM can also reduce the need for assembly and machining operations.
  • Material efficiency: AM can reduce material waste by using only the amount of material needed to create the part. AM can also recycle the unused or excess powder for future use.
  • Performance improvement: AM can improve the performance of the parts by optimizing their mechanical properties, microstructure, and surface finish. AM can also create parts with better corrosion resistance, biocompatibility, and thermal conductivity than conventional parts.
How to Use 316L in Metal Injection Moulding?

Metal injection moulding (MIM), also known as powder injection moulding (PIM), is a process that combines the advantages of plastic injection moulding and powder metallurgy. MIM can produce complex and precise parts with near-net shape and minimal material waste.
How to Use 316L Powder in Metal Injection Moulding?

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Manganin Wires

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The precision resistance alloy MANGANIN®, developed by Isabellenhütte, is especially characterized by low temperature coefficient between 20 and 50 °C with a parabolic shape of the R(T) curve, high long term stability of electrical resistance, extremely low thermal EMF versus copper and good working properties.

Due to these features MANGANIN® is the standard material for precision, standard and shunt resistors. MANGANIN® is the basis for the production of ISA-PLAN® and ISA-WELD® components. The maximum working temperature in air is 140 °C.

However, higher thermal loads in a non-oxidizing atmosphere are possible. When used for precision resistors with the highest requirements, the resistors should be carefully stabilised and the application temperature should not exceed 60°C. Exceeding the maximum working temperature in air may result in a resistance drift generated by oxidizing processes.

Thus, the long term stability can be affected negatively. As a result, the resistivity as well as the temperature coefficient of the electric resistance may slightly change. It is also used as low cost replacement material for silver solder for hard metal mounting.

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MANGANIN® is supplied in the form of round wires in the range 8.0 to 0.02 mm Ø in bare or enamelled condition. The product line includes sheets, ribbons, flat wires, stranded wires, rods and tubes.

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Mig Welding Wire

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Flux-Core vs. Solid MIG Welding Wire

There are two primary types of MIG welding wire – flux-core and solid MIG welding wire.

Flux-core wire is a metal electrode that contains a “flux compound” inside the electrode. When the wire melts and reacts with the welding arc, this forms a gas that protects the weld from oxygen, which can cause defects in the weld. This means that no shielding gas is required for this type of wire – though in some cases, shielding gas may be used alongside flux-core wire for even more protection.

In contrast, solid wire electrodes are exactly what they sound like – large reels of solid metal wire that do not contain any flux. This means they must be used with a shielding gas. The most common shielding gas is 75% argon and 25% carbon dioxide. The welding gun delivers a steady stream of gas from a container, which surrounds the electrode and weld area to prevent oxidation and defects in the weld.

Depending on the application, both kinds of MIG welding wire (solid and flux-core) can be made from a variety of materials including aluminum, stainless steel, copper, and silver, to name just a few.

Considerations When Choosing MIG Welding Wire

Wondering what you should think about when you choose MIG welding wire? Neither type is superior compared to the other – rather, the right choice depends on your situation and preferences. Here are a few things to keep in mind when you pick MIG welding wire.

  • Desired weld cleanliness – As a rule, solid MIG welding wires used with shielding gases produce a cleaner weld with much less spatter compared to flux-cored wire. Spatter does not necessarily affect weld quality, but it may require additional grinding, polishing and finishing to remove it before painting or other such surface preparations, so solid wire is more commonly used in these situations.
  • Workpiece material – Different types of wire are used for different materials. ER70S-3 wire is often used for mild steel that’s clean, oil-free, and rust-free, while ER70S-6 contains a deoxidizer and is used for mild steel that’s contaminated with corrosion or mill scale.
  • Environment – In very windy or challenging outdoor environments, flux-core wire is usually a better option. The gas used to shield solid MIG welding wire may be blown away while welding in windy conditions, so unless a wind screen is used, this results in a lower-quality weld. Since flux-core wire contains gases that emerge when it’s heated, the metal is shielded more effectively in those conditions.
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51CrV4 Disc Springs

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Nickel Welding Rod

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nconel 625 Product Characters:

Inconel 625 welding rod include high nickel content and excellent corrosion resistance in various environments.

With a nickel content as high as 61%, this alloy provides outstanding resistance to corrosion and pitting in acidic or chloride containing solutions. Additionally, this wire has good mechanical properties such as high strength and toughness, making it ideal for welding in high-stress applications.

 

Inconel 625 Product  Applications:

Inconel 625 welding rod with high Nickel, which is resistant to most acids, including sulfuric, hydrochloric, and hydrofluoric acid, which makes this alloy suitable for use in the chemical processing and petrochemical industries. The strength and versatility of the wire also make it ideal for use in marine, aerospace, and power generation industries.

 

Inconel 625 Product Quality Control :

We have a complete set of testing equipment, and the laboratory standard matches the SGS laboratory

Including

1st The mechanical properties, tensile strength

2th Bending degree metallographic sample grinding and polishing machine,

3rd Metallographic cutting machine,

4th Rotary table machine,

5th The five major element analyzers

6th The spectrometer

7th the German SPECTRO

 

Inconel 625 Product Quality Test Process :

1st step : Slicing test of steel ingots from Vacuum furnace

2nd step :Slicing test after electro slag is made into large round rods

3rd step :Product testing during wire drawing process

 

All tests, they are automatically detected by machines,

All tests, they have sample records for later traceability

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Nichrome Heating Wire

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Case Hardening Pipe

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