machineability

machineability

(məˌʃiːnəˈbɪlətɪ)
n
another spelling of machinability
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Also it has the advantage of ease of machineability.
Ayday, "Suggested improvement to the Schmidt rebound hardness ISRM suggested method with particular reference to rock machineability," International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences & Geomechanics Abstracts, vol.
The latest addition to Quadrant EPP's TIVAR range, new CleanStat White offers good machineability with adequate tooling, and the advantage of excellent wear resistance similar to or above that of TIVAR 1000.
6), (7) The high hardness and excellent machineability of this material makes it suitable for diamond turning applications such as fabrication of large optics and other high precision parts.
Machineability emphasized workpiece size and material, tool selection, cutting conditions, and the various processes, both traditional and current, by which wood can be worked.
Controlling the graphite--making the graphite nodules very small, very uniform, very round--has a direct correlation on material strength, machineability, reliability.
The physical properties of CPI Security Foil are identical to standard foil in thickness, strength and machineability, and no changes in the packaging process or specifications need to be made.
According to the company, the new process allows for a more useable core, which results in easier machineability.
The first of the new resins boasts high oxygen transmission rates (OTR) plus tight cling to product, good machineability, and ease of cutting.
It's available on ClearShield [R] high-barrier bone-in shrink bags and Maraflex [R] high- and non-barrier shrink bags--both high-performance structures renowned for superior machineability and leaker reduction.
Alcan Packaging states that their latest packaging solutions delivers superior freshness, high performance and user-friendly convenience features for unique coffee applications that improve machineability and marketplace competitiveness.
To circumvent this problem, M&I has developed a sintered tungsten alloy called Wolfmet, which has a mass 60 percent greater than lead while combining desirable engineering properties such as high-tensile strength, good machineability, and superior heat resistance.