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Inconel 718 vs Inconel 718 plus

Inconel 718 vs Inconel 718 plus

Inconel 718 vs Inconel 718 plus

Dear All
What is the difference between INCONEL718 and INCONEL718PLUS manufacturing (lathe/milling)
(eg rpm/feed/depth/machining time), could we use the same parameter for 718 to work 718 plus,

RE: Inconel 718 vs Inconel 718 plus

Joe Chen... Inconel [nickel alloy] 718 I am very familiar with... however Inconel718Plus is a term I am unfamiliar with... sounds like basic 718 with proprietary processing of some sort.

There are forums that might be more appropriate for this question...

Metals & metallurgy: https://www.eng-tips.com/threadminder.cfm?pid=330

Machining: https://www.eng-tips.com/threadminder.cfm?pid=281

BTW... when discussing alloys, be prepared to present the alloy material specification. IE: the specification that materials are 'made-per' are all-important in discussions like this.

Regards, Wil Taylor

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