Stainless steels are steel alloys, also known as inox, containing a minimum of 11% Chrome and a maximum of 1.2% Carbon.
Super alloys are alloys with several basic properties: excellent mechanical strength, resistance to thermal creep deformation, good surface stability and corrosion or oxidation resistance.
It is a group of nickel alloys consisting mainly of 52% to 67% nickel and copper, containing a small amount of iron, manganese, carbon and silicon.
It contains 60-75% nickel, 15-25% chromium and 5-10% iron. It has gained importance especially with its high temperature and high corrosion resistance.
Low expansion alloys are iron-nickel alloys that exhibit an extremely low expansion rate at room temperature.
The soft magnetic material includes a wide variety of nickel-iron and nickel-cobalt soft magnetic alloys and pure iron for high-performance components that require high starting and maximum permeability, along with ease of manufacture.
Titanium alloys are metals that contain a mixture of titanium and other chemical elements. These alloys have very high tensile strength and toughness even at extreme temperatures.
With high melting temperature Tungsten (W), Molybdenum (Mo), which also has high properties such as high melting and boiling point, high thermal resistance, high thermal conductivity and
Today, tool steels can be produced with many different technologies and equipment.
The created thinking in the early years of the Republic of Turkey had opened the doors of a process leading up to produce airplane within 20-30 years.