Alloys for cutting tools, Mechanical Engineering

Alloys For Cutting Tools

 Apart from tool steels illustrated in further unit, alloys that comprise wholly non-ferrous elements have been enhanced. Such alloys behave superior than tool steel in a lot of respects and are extensively used in industry. Such alloys are mainly divided into two sets : stellites and cemented carbides.

 

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