Asking a dovetail cutter to plow through a hard slide cutting on a full 180-degree path is begging for an overheated and worn (or broken) cutter, a work-hardened
slide and poor cut finish.
Over time, the surface becomes plastically deformed and work-hardened
by the abrasive forces.
The Magnetic Separator captures and holds any magnetically attracted metals such as steel screws, bolts, steel slithers from worn equipment and even work-hardened
Its structure provides great tensile properties that let it collapse in on itself and stretch right back out without becoming work-hardened
Applications include the extraction of work-hardened
stainless steel, wear iron and tramp metal from sugar, grain and other bulk products.
Enclosed is a photo of Deuce, work-hardened
and wiser, looking to the horizon on the endless prairie in the high plains of the Rosebud Native American Reservation in central South Dakota, home of the Lakota/Sioux tribes.
The W-type valve seats are work-hardened
to enhance damage resistance, while the wetted surfaces contain no moving parts.
I'm in a flimsy dressing gown, they're in overalls with big, rough, work-hardened
hands and I have the most amazing breasts over which they spend inordinate amounts of time.
If you don't plan your cutting passes properly, you'll find the baffles-to-be have work-hardened
so much the tool simply slides over the surface, dulled and unable to make the last cut.
Eventually, chunks of work-hardened
steel can break loose and can fly into unprotected eyes at high velocity with unhappy results.
Micro-Epsilon's Thermolmager TIM160 inline radiometric thermal imaging camera works on thermal nondestructive evaluation (NDE) projects at Strain Solutions, including strain and fatigue performance tests, where the camera is used to detect very small changes in the temperature of polymer materials or components as they are bent, fabricated or work-hardened
They consider such aspects as the International Atomic Energy Agency's coordinated research projects on the structural integrity of reactor pressure vessels, the embrittlement correlation method for the Japanese reactor pressure vessel materials, irradiation-induced grain-boundary solute segregation and its effect on the ductile-to-brittle transition temperatures in reactor pressure vessel steels, inter-relationships between true stress-true strain behavior and deformation microstructure in the plastic deformation of neutron-irradiated or work-hardened
austenitic stainless steel, and the influence of neutron irradiation on energy accumulation and dissipation during plastic flow and hardening of metallic polycrystals.