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Heat treating involves the use of heating and cooling to extreme temperatures to alter the physical and mechanical properties of a component without changing its shape. It can not only be used to strengthen materials but it is also used to alter some mechanical properties such as improving formability, machining, etc. The most common application of heat treating is for metal but heat treatment can also be used to alter the properties of glass, aluminum, steel and other materials.
When skillfully used, heat treating can not only help improve the manufacturing process but it can also improve the end product, its performance, and its characteristics in any number of ways. There are several different types of heat treating including:
As with anodizing and plating, Rable will only use Rable Certified Suppliers to perform heat treating services on your parts. This assures you that you are getting only the very best suppliers working on your projects....and of course, you will always enjoy the benefits of having single source responsibility and one stop shopping for all your heat treating needs.