metallic glass

metallic glass

[mə′tal·ik ′glas]
(metallurgy)
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The primary difference between a machine for plastics and the metallic glass machine is that there is an inductive melting chamber wherein the material, in the form of slugs cut from round rods, is melted under high vacuum conditions.
which operates the Tanaka Precious Metals Group's manufacturing business had become the world's first company to succeed in the development and formation of platinum-based metallic glass powder supporting selective laser sintering 3D printers.
99 for the American style side-by-side, which is available in stunning metallic glass black or stylish metallic glass silver; and [pounds sterling]549.
99 LANTERNS Indian hanging beaded metallic glass lanterns, LANTERNS, Namaste, www.
This metallic glass material is described as nearly indestructible but equally flexible.
Stronger than steel or titanium - and just as tough - metallic glass is an ideal material for everything from cell-phone cases to aircraft parts.
In Atlanta, Accents de Ville by Linea will debut items for its White Christmas group, including a diamond patterned polypropylene charger and metallic glass bowl and platter.
Ariel Art, too, added many organic looks in art, such as its framed mirrors and coordinating accessories made from metal, stone, shell and crushed metallic glass.
Dan Sordelet leads a research team that is synthesizing nanolayers of tungsten and metallic glass to build a projectile.
PEDAL TO THE METAL Since 1959, when Pol Duwez of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena made the first metallic glass from gold and silicon, materials researchers have created thousands of glassy alloys from metals such as aluminum, nickel, titanium, copper, and iron.
Its classy metallic glass jar makes it a must-have for every dressing table.