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  • How the Advent of Tri-Cone Bits Revolutionized the Mining Industry

    Tri-cone drill bits are one of the most interesting scrap metals on the market today. Not only do these tri-cone bits consist of durable tungsten metal, which consists of cobalt and nickel binders that are used to add anywhere from 3% to 30% weight, they …

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  • What To Do With Tungsten Carbide Hard Scrap?

    If you happen to come across tungsten carbide hard scrap, whether you were looking for it or not, you should know that you are now in possession of a high quality item. Tungsten was discovered in the 1700s and since the 1930s has been a …

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  • A Few Benefits of Tungsten Carbide Materials

    There are so many benefits of tungsten carbide drill bits; from making a few bucks by selling them to a scrap recycling company to manufacturing durable tools for additional purposes, tungsten carbide material has become one of the more sought after products on the metal …

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  • Need to Know: 7 Important Facts About Tungsten Carbide

    From understanding carbide recycling materials to knowing what to do with your tungsten scrap, there is a lot of information within the tungsten market. Hopefully these facts will help you better understand the ins and outs of the tungsten industry. These facts will help you …

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  • Frequently Asked Questions About Used Tungsten Carbide Inserts

    Used tungsten carbide inserts can have many uses; from industrial tools to recycling scrap carbide for cash, but there are plenty of questions pertaining to the tungsten carbide industry. Whether you’re looking for a tungsten distributor and just want to learn more about the various …

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  • How Do You Ship Tungsten Carbide Scrap?

    If you’re hoping to recycle any tungsten carbide hard scrap materials, you might be wondering about the shipping process. Learning the best way to ship carbide inserts, swarf, and tri-cone bits is important if you hope to sell your carbide, especially if you’re overseas or …

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  • How Tungsten Carbide Sludge Recycling Works

    Tungsten carbide is roughly twice the stiffness of steel and density, making it fall somewhere between lead and fold. Tungsten carbide comes in over a dozen different grades, too, which can all be used in the tungsten carbide recycling industry and then reused for a …

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  • A Look Into the Global Tungsten Market and Its Uses

    Tungsten, the strongest natural metal on earth, has a deep history, and this element was actually discovered 236 years ago in 1781. Although Tungsten was discovered in the 1700s, it wasn’t applied in an industry for another 150 years, when in the 1930s the oil …

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  • Why Use Tungsten Carbide Over Other Metals?

    Tungsten carbide is a compound of two elements put together to form a new metal. Recently, it has seen a growth in popularity in the industrial world as more people are using it instead of traditional metals. It is an incredibly versatile and useful material, …

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