Advances in hard material tool technology: proceedings of the l976 International Conference on Hard Material Tool Technology, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, June 22-24, 1976
R. Komanduri, Society of Carbide & Tool Engineers, Carnegie-Mellon University. Processing Research Institute
Carnegie Press, 1976 - Alloys - 524 pages
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