metal replacement

metal replacement

[′med·əl ri′plās·mənt]
(metallurgy)
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In the teaser, Dwayne's character is missing a leg and relying on what looks like a high tech metal replacement.
Metal replacement targets for the three series range from aluminum, cast iron and magnesium to steel, stainless steel, and titanium.
Miniaturized screws and fasteners; metal replacement
Not only were there a number of newly-developed solutions presented for the ongoing light-weighting of vehicles, including thermoplastic composites used for the first time in structural components and engineering polymers for metal replacement in under-the-hood applications, but there was also a nod to the more futuristic, with plastics showing their importance when it comes to holographic lighting, intuitive dashboards and displays, and components for autonomous driving.
The exhibitor portfolio includes leading suppliers showcasing the latest technologies in plastics, metal replacement, materials forming, sustainable materials, advanced composites, lightweighting, rapid prototyping and more.
I have the metal replacement but am not sure on how to remove the old plastic one.
Dedienne is engaged in the the design and manufacturing of technical and cosmetic parts as well as sub-assemblies using high performance plastics and composites for metal replacement, from prototype to small and large volume.
Spanning nine categories, the winners of the SPE Automotive Division's 2015 Blue Ribbon Automotive Innovation Awards (which this editor helped judge) represent a number of "firsts" in metal replacement and in replacing earlier plastic solutions with more capable ones.
The Outdoor High Performance Solutions Team will focus on improvements, such as light-weighting and metal replacement, sound and vibration dampening, non-lead alternatives, ergonomics and aesthetics.
Sabic will further bring stories and exhibits from a range of market segments such as its products for metal replacement in water management and its performance enhancing solutions in the automotive industry.
Mitsubishi's MX-Nylon is a high-strength metal replacement material with a flexural modulus 50 percent greater than traditional polyamide 6/6 and 15 percent greater than polyether ether ketone (PEEK).