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Alloying Material

04/22/2016 2:25 AM

Any one guide for alloying material,that can suitable to reduce machining stress in cuzn40al1pb .we are Turn & drill the job, after drilling section become weak & so induced stress change the dimension of the part,

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Re: Alloying material useful in

04/22/2016 2:57 AM

The material that is being worked has been chosen for an appropriate selection of mechanical and chemical properties. It is not possible to select an alternative material without knowing the application.

Contact the Applications Engineer that is specifying the material and its application, and discuss - if not face to face then certainly by telephone.

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04/22/2016 3:17 AM

Is the material you are using recycled material?

Check here.

It really needs more information on the use of this material.

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Re: Alloying material useful in

04/22/2016 3:30 AM

yes we are using recycle material,that we have collected from our machine shop,we recycle it & re use it

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Re: Alloying material useful in

04/24/2016 4:52 PM

Please contact the Engineer requiring the part and discuss the application directly.

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04/25/2016 11:55 PM

Now that you identified the problem . . .

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Re: Alloying Material

05/08/2016 1:59 PM

The presence of pb is for machining stress reduction already. You should look at your machining rates since if temperature becomes too high mechanical properties do change.

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