Quenching

quenching

Quenching is a process in manufacturing where a material is rapidly cooled to increase its hardness and strength, often by immersing it in a liquid.

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Hardness

hardness

Hardness refers to the resistance of a material to indentation, scratching, or deformation. It is an important property in manufacturing for selecting materials and determining their suitability for specific applications.

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Electroplating

electroplating

Electroplating is a process of depositing a thin layer of metal onto a surface using an electric current, often used to improve corrosion resistance or appearance.

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Ductility

ductility

Ductility is the ability of a material to deform under tensile stress without breaking, allowing it to be drawn into wires or stretched into thin sheets. #manufacturing

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Burnishing

burnishing

Burnishing is a finishing process in manufacturing that involves rubbing or polishing a surface with a hard tool or material to create a smooth and shiny finish.

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