Carpenter Technology Corporation
101 W Bern St.
PO Box 14662
Reading, PA 19612-4662 US
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Free Android App Estimates Metals Weight and Cost
Carpenter Technology Corp.'s MetalMass calculator is now available in an Android version that can be downloaded at no cost.
Alternative To Cobalt-Containing Alloys
Carpenter Technology says its PremoMet alloy’s strength, toughness and fatigue resistance makes it a viable alternative to many cobalt-containing steel alloys.
The Advantages Of Bringing Finishing In-House
You’ve made sure the parts were machined to spec. Now take the steps to protect those parts in the condition your customers expect them.
Material Upgrade Reduces Machining Costs By 40 Percent
This manufacturer of solenoids, valves, linear variable differential transducers (LVDT) and flame arresters, was experiencing poor results when machining two different valve components, one from Type 431 stainless, and the other from Type 15Cr-5Ni stainless.
New Alloy Helps Shop Meet Target Price, Obtain More Work
The employees on the shop floor could hear the difference. When they cut regular stainless steel, they could hear the tools squeak and wear from the pressure. When they switched to a new alloy, the silence was noticeable.
How To Passivate Stainless Steel Parts
You've made sure the parts were machined to spec. Now make sure you've taken steps to protect those parts in the condition your customer expects them.
Tooling Alloy Started In Aerospace
Tooling alloy was invented to meet the demanding specifications for landing gear components of U. S. Navy carrier-based jet aircraft. It was discovered that this material alloy had certain outstanding properties that recommended it as an effective upgrade for conventional tooling materials.