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Archive for March 9th, 2018

College Is Not the Only Way to Set the Stage for a Successful Future

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We are a nation divided. From the income of those with the most to the income of the those with the least. From the families whose children attend strong private schools to families whose children attend struggling public school institutions. As the nation comes to terms with the divides that threaten our country, it does appear that their is one equalizer available that not everyone is taking advantage of: post high school education and career choice.
In a time when students in the U.S. have been encouraged to attend college and achieve at least a four year degree, the reality is that there remains a growing demand for jobs that take less traditional schooling. And while there are still many charts and statistics indicating that the more college education you have the more income you will make, there is

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The Properties and Value of Tungsten Carbide

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Tungsten carbide is one of the most used products in manufacturing nowadays, and for good reason. Tungsten carbide is a material with extreme hardness, stiffness, and durability, providing long-lasting use, whether new or recycled.

What is Tungsten Carbide?

Composite materials, like tungsten carbide, is produced when two or more materials are combined, in which they have different chemical components, thus forming to create a singular material. Tungsten carbide is a composite material that is both equal parts tungsten and carbon. Tungsten, in its base form, appears naturally only when combined in major mineral forms with the likes of calcium, iron or manganese.

Tungsten carbide is produced primarily when fine tungsten powder is chemically combined with carbon at 1400 to 2000 degrees Cels

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