6/26/2020

Uniform Steel Hardness Offers Even Machinability

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International Mold Steel, Inc. offers uniform hardness for even machinability and clean welds in molds and dies.

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International Mold Steel, Inc. offers uniform hardness for even machinability and clean welds in molds and dies. Specific steels offer advantages for polished or textured finishes, prehardening for high-precision and no deformation. The company’s Superplast Stainless is a prehardened, free-machining, stainless mold steel specially designed for plastic mold bases. The steel also provides improved performance compared to standard grades, as well as ensures corrosion resistance both in humid atmospheres and in corrosive molding environments.

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