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Re: [TCML] Source for Tungsten Rod?
I would also add that pure tungsten is superior to tungsten carbide alloys from a thermal and electrical conductance standpoint, as well as somewhat easier machining characteristics.
Scott Bogard <sdbogard@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I found this place, it doesn't have as small as 1/8, but the prices
>seem much better than McMaster.
>I've never bought from them, though I suspect they will sell to
>individuals, as they accept credit cards...
>On Fri, Aug 30, 2013 at 8:10 PM, Brandon Hendershot <
>> I'm looking for a 12" piece of 1/8" tungsten (carbide) to use in my RSG. I
>> know of McMaster-Carr, and they have the exact piece for $23.50 + shipping.
>> Not too bad, but I'd like to check other sources before I buy anything.
>> Does anybody know of another place I could look?
>> Brandon H.
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