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  • April 14, 2024

    Unveiling the Properties of Tungsten Electrodes with Rare Earth Mix

    An essential component in cutting, spraying, smelting, inert gas-shielded welding, plasma welding, and unique electric light sources is a tungsten electrode. Currently, cerium tungsten electrodes (CeO2) and thorium tungsten electrodes (ThO2) are more often used. During production and usage, thorium...

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  • December 27, 2023

    When To Use TIG Electrodes

    When using plasma welding or arc welding with tungsten inert gas (TIG), tungsten electrodes are utilized. An inert gas shields the electrode, arc, and weld pool from airborne contaminants in both procedures. Because tungsten can endure extremely high temperatures with...

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  • December 24, 2023

    What is Solderability

    The ability of a metal to be wet by molten solder is known as solderability. A number of methods can measure solderability. The wetting force is measured and recorded as a function of time using a wetting balance. Despite being...

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  • December 22, 2023

    Important Things to Know About Corrosion And Metal

    CORROSION: WHAT IS IT? The breakdown of a metal due to chemical reactions with its surroundings is called corrosion. The kind and speed of deterioration are determined by the kind of metal and the surrounding environment, especially the gases that...

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  • December 20, 2023

    How Technology Has Impacted Metalworking

    In recent years, technology has advanced quickly, altering many aspects of our environment and its ways of being. Technology still influences the new movement that impacts companies nationwide; the metalworking sector is no exception. The development of contemporary technology creates...

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