tool steel

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alloy steel that is suitable for making tools

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Southern Tool Steel has two locations and approximately 90 employees serving the southeastern United States.
Carrs Tool Steels, which supplies machine tool-makers with steel, and employs 30 people, has changed hands for a multi-million pound sum.
Federal-Mogul is looking into using variants of the tool steel for other applications, like turbocharger components.
Heat treatment, selection, and application of tool steels, 2d ed.
This is especially evident when tool steel is the selected mold material and when multiple mold sets for the same casting are in production.
Complete moldmaking facility with CNC EDM duplicating and foundry to cast tool steel, aluminum, and beryllium-copper.
If the tool is wearing out, use a more wear resistant tool steel.
The company wanted to attain the highest number of releases, the easiest sustained release-ease and minimizing mold build-up on tool surfaces, regardless of the mold substrate material, whether chrome or standard tool steel.
offers its latest catalog #2504, featuring a new line of hardened and ground round tool steel blanks.
PM tool steels minimize the production snags that occur with traditional tool steel grades creating less cracking and fatigue, increased tool life and improved punch grinding.
In this CAD-based, fully automated process, tool inserts are made by laser sintering powdered A6 tool steel and then infiltrating the "green" part with molten bronze.
Odds are you may be, since according to the folks at Bohler-Uddeholm (it is based in Austria; its North American office is in Rolling Meadows, IL), which claims to be the world's leading manufacturer of tool steel (market share: 28% based on value), the auto industry is its single biggest market (34%, compared with 26% For consumer goods).
The company's calender knives are made from high carbon steel or high speed tool steel, representing varying degrees of hardness for a variety of applications.
This alloy is a high-carbon tungsten-cobalt-vanadium tool steel that generally offers good abrasion resistance and red hardness.