Composites materials are commonly consisting of two materials: the fibers and the bonding material.
This article will explain about the two major composites matrices which are in use in the industry and particularly in the aerospace.
Composite materials are made from two or more material components with different physical or chemical properties that, when combined, produce a material with different (better) characteristics than each of the individual components.
Diamond is a solid form of the element carbon with its atoms arranged in a crystal structure called diamond cubic. Hardness is a fundamental property of a material to resist a force applied causing it to deform.
The main difference between real diamonds and synthetic diamonds is that, real diamonds are mined and synthetic diamonds are created in the laboratory.
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TELCON possesses the most advanced Grinding, and EDM machines and state of the art Quality control equipment. TELCON’s vacuum brazing equipment is highly controlled to ensure repeatability and reproducibility of brazing operation. TELCON uses world class PCD and carbide grades and CVD coatings. In addition to tools manufacturing, Telcon operating reconditioning services for PCD and carbide tools.