30105Re: [hobbicast] Alloy Properties
- Feb 2, 2004Try A.S.M. (American Society for Metals) I believe they have the book(s)
you're looking for... Expensive, though, so maybe call a local,. or
technical college library to get the info you want. I don't know what
their URL is, but a GOOGLE search should turn one up.
> From: Aaron Toney <joeboy@...>but
> So I recently started buying metal in known alloys as opposed to
> casting scrap. The results have been promising. The problem I have is
> that the local dealers all have a dizzying array of alloys and trying to
> learn about what the different properties of the alloys are has proven
> difficult. I have found some material about machining different alloys
> nothing about casting differences.
> Are there any books / web sites / videos people can recommend that
> talk about the differences in casting the different alloys?
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