Maraging steel gives you an elevated level of strength, hardness, and ductility. These steels are created
through an aging process that results in the development of a hard, brittle crystalline called martensite.
The term "maraging" is, in fact, a simple combination of martensite and aging.
The construction of maraging steel allows it to withstand atmospheres that would quite simply destroy most standard steel. The
aging process instills maraging steel with the ability to withstand sudden changes in speed and temperature, even at extreme
levels. This quality has made maraging steel alloys an important component of many of the air and spacecraft used
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- Bronze end-bearings:
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- 29 elements:
- Higher quality maraging steel for higher fatigue limit than stainless: