Posted June 06, 2018 12:03:22By now you’ve probably noticed a trend in the graphite community lately.
In fact, you probably have a feeling that graphite is on the decline.
But graphite, for all its flaws, is incredibly versatile and can be used to make everything from simple table saw blades to complex industrial equipment.
It’s the perfect material for a lot of uses, from welding and casting to automotive components.
But why do we want to use graphite to make our machines?
While we’re all familiar with the metal being used to build cars, it also can be a great material for building and operating machines.
As a graphite-based material, it can be much stronger and stronger-looking than steel, making it a good choice for both home and industrial applications.
In addition, graphite also doesn’t rust, so you can use it in place of steel or aluminum, which are typically the worst materials to use.
Graphite has a long history, dating back to 1868 when it was first developed.
In 1901, German engineer Wilhelm Kopp was working on a piece of machinery that he said could withstand high temperatures.
When he was working with a colleague, the two realized that they could use a graphitic material to improve their tool.
Kopp realized that graphitic steel was more durable and would last longer than steel or aluminium.
That’s when he decided to use it as the base of a saw.
Today, graphites are used in a variety of applications.
From industrial production to building, the raw material is often used as an alloy, a structural component, or in tools like the one we’re looking at here.
However, graphitic materials are also used in various industries, from the aerospace industry to automotive parts.
This article looks at the many applications of graphite in the aerospace sector, including the uses for which graphite can be combined with metals.