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Inventor:
Carpenter; Michael
Address:
Nuneaton, GB2
No. of patents:
2
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5619000 Method of making cemented carbide articles and the resulting articles April 8, 1997
The present invention relates to a method of producing a sintered body comprising one or more hard constituents and a binder phase based on cobalt, nickel and/or iron by powder metallurgical methods milling, pressing and sintering of powders. At least part of the binderphase powder c
5441693 Method of making cemented carbide articles and the resulting articles August 15, 1995
The present invention relates to a method of producing a sintered body comprising one or more hard constituents and a binder phase based on cobalt, nickel and/or iron by powder metallurgical methods milling, pressing and sintering of powders. At least part of the binderphase powder c










 
 
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