CZ120 / CW608N - Engraving Brass | holme dodsworth metals ltd
CZ120 / CW608N - Engraving Brass. CW608N / CZ120 is a duplex phase brass, containing a 2% lead addition finely dispersed throughout the microstructure to offer free cutting properties. Primarily a sheet grade it is often referred to as engraving brass due to its excellent machining qualities. Traditionally used for machine engraved nameplates.
CuZn38Pb2 / CW608N - SteelNumber - Copper equivalent.
CW608N Classification: Cupper alloy Density : 8.4 g/cm ³ Standard: EN 1652: 1998 Copper and copper alloys. Plate, sheet, strip and circles for general purposes EN 12164: 1998 Copper and copper alloys. Rod for free machining purposes EN 12166: 1998 Copper.
CZ120 | Columbia Metals
CZ120 (CW608N) CZ120 (CW608N), also known as engraving brass, is a classic leaded machining alloy primarily available in sheet form. It is an alpha beta brass with a 2% lead addition that gives the alloy its free-cutting properties.
CW608N (CuZn38Pb2 - 2.0371) Brass | Batz + Burgel
2. Mechanical properties of CW608N. according to DIN EN 1652 sheets/plates, 12449 tubes, 12164/12167/12168 profiles/rods, 12166 wires (used condition)
Copper Alloys | Columbia Metals
Our high copper alloys include silicon bronze, copper nickel silicon and beryllium copper. These alloy grades are among the most important and widely used copper alloys due to the impressive range of attributes that can be attained. Columbia Metals’ stock of copper nickel silicon features two other proprietary alloys, Colsibro® and Trojan, both offering high strength and wear resistance.
CW612N data sheet - EGM Group
CW612N. Hot stamping and free machining alloy with a higher copper content to increase ductility and cold formability. It is included in the 4MS positive list (UBA LIST). Please note: The mechanical properties are indicative only. Please note: The minimum and maximum measurements for the ends are indicative only.
COPPER - C107 | Columbia Metals
C107. C107 is a copper alloy with a small addition of arsenic which provides the alloy with enhanced tensile strength properties at elevated operating temperatures up to 300°C. As well as increasing the softening resistance, the arsenic addition also enhances corrosion resistance in specific environments. Arsenical copper is de-oxidised, which.