ringinator47 karma2019-01-26 22:29:42 UTC
Theres at least one NCIS or Law & Order episode where that happens...
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ringinator12 karma2019-01-22 17:55:26 UTC
I'm assuming powder metallurgy. Mix the dust together, melt it, and you have Ti inclusions in the main copper matrix.
ringinator9 karma2019-01-22 17:57:17 UTC
It's a reddit ama, that is an implied given.
Now, back to Rampart...
ringinator7 karma2019-01-22 17:59:45 UTC
Can I buy a couple pieces of billet from you? I make jewelry and this would be cool to try.
What % is titanium?
Can it be anodized to different colors?
Can ti/cu be plated? (silver, gold, etc)
If I melt it, does the ti come out of solution?
What temps does the alloy melt at?
Can you cast it in air, or does it need a vacuum furnace like Ti?
ringinator3 karma2018-07-12 00:25:46 UTC
Those are silly.
The Star Trek folks kitted out and on "an expedition" are usually the funnest group though.
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