Half-hard | Article about half-hard by The Free Dictionary
A rolled-metal product of intermediate hardness or temper.
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The downside is that the copper in the areas that need to flex will be one-fourth or half-hard
rather than fully annealed.
The preferred cleaning rod material for this is half-hard
aluminum 0.204 inch diameter.
"We were running 24 hours, 42 i[n.sup.2] an hour with a 0.01" brass half-hard
wire and experienced virtually no wire breakage."
Scrape away any half-hard
glue that squeezed out using the square corner of a metal ruler, putty knife or slot screwdriver.
The shields are high-speed tooled in half-hard
temper stainless steel.