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Stellite (stel´īt),

n.pr 1. a cobalt-chromium alloy.
2. a very hard, noncorrosive alloy of cobalt, chromium, and sometimes tungsten used for special instruments, particularly surgical instruments.
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Significantly worse were the Stellite #1, Stellite #6 and the 420 stainless equivalent.
Country: , UKSector: Machinery/EngineeringTarget: Deloro Stellite IncBuyer: Kennametal Inc Vendor: Duke Street CapitalDeal size in USD: 355mType: Corporate acquisitionFinancing: Cash & Debt, Existing resourcesStatus: AgreedBuyer advisor: The Valence Group
This paper presents the results of face milling investigations of cast and PTA-welded Stellite 12 with toric tools using round inserts of Cubic Boron Nitride (CBN) under various operation parameters.
is especially well-suited for aerospace parts machining, including the cutting of Inconel, Stellite, Waspalloy, Hastelloy, and other high-temperature alloys.
It was also observed that the cutting edge recession of TiN-coated SKH 51 was the smallest, followed by SKH 51, SUS420J2, and Stellite.
The going will be tough at Ayr - but that should not trouble Jim Goldie's Stellite (4.
Stellite hardened valve plug and seat surfaces offer tight, reliable shutoff.
Canadian Master knife maker George Tichbourne has created the new Stellite 6K Slimline utility knife for hunters and outdoor enthusiasts.
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The KSIF type uses smooth stellite faces and operates by application of hydraulic shear imparted to a thin film of material as it pushes through the variable gap arrangement.
The consolidation technique traditionally required an initial master from which duplicates could be rapidly generated; until recently, duplicates were made only in a composite material consisting of stainless Stellite (Stoody Deloro Stellite, Inc.