hard steel


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hard steel

1. Steel that has undergone the process of hardening.
2. Same as high steel.
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In the disciplinary unit at the Lane County Jail on Friday, Sister Margaret Graziano, 86, sat at a hard steel table with John Pennington, who - by his own admission - has been in and out of the place for half his life and can't remember the last time he had a visitor.
8G acceleration aimed at producing electrodes and hard steel mold components.
COLD HARD STEEL is once again to the fore as the largest economy in the world introduces punitive tariffs and wonders why it is so often misunderstood worldwide.
But the hard steel point is not the best choice at timberline in Wyoming, land of bighorn sheep, elk -- and rocks.
Enhancements to the Carrydozer include hard steel wear plating and router bits on the blade and two ripper configurations to match different applications.
In addition, many of the hard steel fabrication dies and some aluminum supplies appear salvageable, wooden master patterns for foundry tooling were spared, and the Springfield Area Manufacturers Assn.
The 14-by-30-inch hard steel cylinder, to be marked by a bronze plaque at the base of the Bell Tower with instructions for its opening, would be unearthed in January 2050.
In the meantime there are hard steel coating materials on the market which reduce the wear of the components, bringing lifetime up to twice of the past.
The tube is tungsten-safe and can take on any hard steel shot material, but in this model it's an advanced, ultra-tight-shooting, long-range choke constriction.
It is often believed that a blade made from high carbon, very hard steel will keep an edge better than those made from softer materials.