Tungsten price is weak, consolidation and wait-and-see
The domestic tungsten price continued to be weak and wait-and-see. The uncertainty of the off-season effect, environmental supervision, pan-Asian inventory and external environment was large, and the market sentiment was fluctuating. The merchants had different views on the market outlook and cautiously waited for the mood. The market buying and selling atmosphere is sluggish and it is still difficult to get the goods.
Invitation to the 2018 (8th) China Tungsten Molybdenum Industry Annual Meeting
The annual "2018 (8th) China Tungsten & Molybdenum Industry Annual Meeting" will be held on September 12-14, 2018 at the beautiful Bohai Sea, Jinxiu State - Liaoning Jinzhou! With the theme of “Tungsten, Molybdenum and Bismuth Industry Sustainable Development”, this year's conference will deeply explore how the tungsten-molybdenum and rhenium industry can grasp the opportunities of industrial transformation and upgrading under the new situation, and solve the problem of retention pain in the industry under the new environmental protection policy. Promote healthy, orderly, green and sustainable development of the industry.
Analysis of Carbide industry
Cemented carbide is an alloy material made from hard alloys of refractory metals and bonded metals by powder metallurgy. It is mainly used in cutting tools, stamping tools, molds, mining and road construction machinery. According to recent data forecasts, the major consumer industries of cemented carbide are still cutting tools.
Cutting tool - carbide coating
The cemented carbide coating is a thin layer of wear-resistant TiC or TiN coated on the surface of the cemented carbide blade by a coating method such as chemical vapor deposition, physical vapor deposition, or the like.
Because of its high hardness, strength and wear resistance, it is known as "industrial teeth" and can be used in the manufacture of cutting tools, tools, drills and wear parts, widely used in military, aerospace, drilling, Mining tools and other fields. However, the strength and hardness of cemented carbide cannot meet the development needs of modern industrial alloys at the same time, so coatings that improve the wear resistance of cemented carbides have emerged.