crucible steel

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steel made by the mixture of molten wrought iron, charcoal, and other substances in a crucible

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Huntsman''s crucible steel was also ideal for both the blades and the springs of pocket knives and other highly specialised instruments such as surgical knives and cut-throat razors.
In the 11th century, the Russians blocked the trade route, and the supply of crucible steel ended.
Before founding Dynamet in 1967, Rossin had held various production and operations positions at Crucible Steel Corp.
His son Joseph extended the business into steel and, after the death of his father in 1761, was the first British manufacturer to successfully develop crucible steel into steel wire.
He met instructional supervisors working in PA Cyber's administrative building, former headquarters for Crucible Steel, which 30 years ago was the small western Pennsylvania town's major employer.
1750--Benjamin Huntsman reinvents the cast crucible steel process in England, a process that disappeared after first being developed in India.
Forsythe is retiring in accordance with his plan after 19 years with Cleveland-Cliffs and a 41-year career, which included 22 years with Sharon Steel, Crucible Steel, and Westinghouse after graduation from Washington and Jefferson College.
The Beaver County CED will also receive up to $175,000 in planning grant funds to be used for the redevelopment of the former Crucible Steel Mill into the Midland Industrial Park.