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Building up worn steel via plating or other method?

building up worn parts like the bearing surfaces of a crankshaft is commonly done by electroplating- after plating, the part is then finish-ground to the exact size required. But note that there is a ...
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Building up worn steel via plating or other method?

For specifically a knife edge - no. A steel blade is iron but with specific amounts of carbon ,manganese, chrome , and possible other alloy elements. They either do not , or do not predictably ...
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Consumable arc welding Polarity Effect on heat input

If the workpiece is soft and thin then often we want to minimise the heat in the workpiece so the liklihood of holes is reduced. We would swap the electrodes on the welder - one reason that most use ...
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Iridium carbides in high carbon stainless steel

The purpose of trace-element alloying agents in carbon steel is to form carbides at the grain boundaries that are more stable at high temperatures than iron carbide is and also to help stabilize ...
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