metals

The earliest chandeliers were known to exist in the 14th century when only the wooden cross-forming beams were spiked to hold candles. They were only used by the riches and wealthy people. With the improvement in technology and techniques, the chandeliers were also improved. With the use of original metals and woods, glass, and the […]

It is a generalized term. It consists of metal`s heating at a particular temperature & then cooling it down at that particular rate that produces refined microstructure. Cooling rate is normally slow. This technique is often used for softening of metals for cold-working, for improving machinability and for enhancing properties like that of electrical conductivity. […]

Blacksmiths work with high heat so that they can create different items as per the requirement. Heating up of metals makes them malleable. It means that the metal is considerably softer and can be shaped into anything. When heated to a high enough temperature, metals like iron and steel can be bent and hammered into […]