Different castings have different casting methods. Sand casting is commonly used, followed by special casting methods, such as: metal casting, investment casting, gypsum casting, etc.
Cemented carbide forging die is also called forging die. It has good heat resistance and fatigue resistance. It applies a certain pressing force through the closing and closing of the upper and lower dies, so that the forgings have better structure and mechanical properties.
Isotopes are different nuclides of the same element. Their nuclides have the same number of protons but different numbers of neutrons. In nature, naturally occurring isotopes are called natural isotopes, and synthetic isotopes are called artificial isotopes.
Sand casting is a method of obtaining a casting by pouring molten metal into a sand cavity, cooling and solidifying. When the casting is removed from the sand mold, the sand mold is destroyed, so it is also called one-time casting, commonly known as turning sand.
The largest consumption of molybdenum in the steel industry is mainly used to produce alloy steel, stainless steel, tool steel and high-speed steel, cast iron and Roller. Most of the molybdenum is directly used in steelmaking or cast iron after industrial molybdenum briquetting, and a small part is first smelted into ferromolybdenum and then used in steelmaking.
Metal hardness is ability of a metal material to resist local deformation, especially plastic deformation, indentation or scratching. It is an indicator of the hardness of a metal material. It can sensitively reflect the chemical composition, metallographic structure, Differences in heat treatment.