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Transformation characteristics of chromium and chromium-molybdenum
white irons (atlas).
For McMurray, PA based FPD, a knee implant made of cobalt chromium-molybdenum
alloy required time-consuming and expensive hand finishing.
Lincoln Electric has introduced the Excalibur[R] 10018-D2 MR low hydrogen stick electrode for all-position welding of a variety of carbon-manganese, chromium-molybdenum
and low alloy steels.
Through the extensive deployment of lightweight materials both inside and out--ranging from a carbon-titanium monocoque to chromium-molybdenum
subframes--the Huayra is extremely light, with a mass of just 1,350 kg (2,970 lb).