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  • The EliteBook's keyboard is crisp, and the keys are coated with a wear-resistant matte finish.

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  • The letters are made of EPS with a wear-resistant coating.

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  • While Australian company Losungen designs products for the mining industry, Acotec focuses on abrasion and wear-resistant products.

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  • Specific applications being investigated include “corrosion-resistant, reduced magnetic mass hull materials; moderate temperature, lightweight alloys for aircraft and rocket propulsion; and wear-resistant machinery components for ground, marine, and air vehicles.”

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  • Advances in wear-resistant materials may make implants being used today last even longer.

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  • Tungsten carbide is used to make cutting tools and wear-resistant tools for metalworking, drilling for oil and gas, mining, and construction.

    Tungsten

  • One-half of the cobalt consumed in the United States was for use in super alloys, which are used mainly in defense aircraft gas turbine engines; 9% was for use in cemented carbides for cutting and wear-resistant applications; 18%, for various other metallic applications; and 24%, for a variety of chemical applications.

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  • Other alloys bearing tungsten are used for armaments, heat sinks, radiation shielding, weights and counterweights, wear-resistant parts and coatings.

    Tungsten

  • Nickel and special ceramics can be used to make cutting and wear-resistant materials.

    Cobalt

  • Some cobalt is used to make cutting and wear-resistant materials.

    Cobalt

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