steel foil

steel foil

[′stēl ′fȯil]
(metallurgy)
A very thin sheet of steel, the thickness of which is measured in thousandths of an inch.
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Whereas the harder Ni stencil does not coin, coining and deformation appeared on the stainless steel foil parallel to the printing direction.
Tenders invited for Stainless steel wire and stainless steel foil
I have come across a few gun parts that could not be saved by the draw file method because they were very thin and removing enough metal would have left little more than steel foil.
Whereas stainless steel foil materials are only available in 1 mil increments, electroforming operations can create nickel foils in custom thicknesses, then laser-cut them to precise dimensions to achieve the optimum volume balance on the PCB.
On flexible substrates like stainless steel foil and polyimide the new alloy can function as a corrosion resistant contact and protective layer.
That year saw the launch of its first electric shaver, the S 50, with an oscillating cutter block enveloped in a thin steel foil.
004" laser cut, stainless steel foil with an image size of 8" x 10".
An electric current passing through the water dissolves a carbon steel foil.
The new transistors can be deposited on low cost flexible substrates such as PET and PEN film, aluminum or stainless steel foil.
Ink's Imaging Film with a steel foil material, and LG Philips combined both the materials to manufacture the display panel at an existing pilot TFT line in Korea.
Heraeus Sensor Technology replaced the carrier substrate with a corrosion-proof steel foil with a thickness of only 50 [micro]m, on which an insulating layer is applied after cleaning processes and the actual function layer on top.
In our case it is a very thin stainless steel foil.