Mainly used for single edge kitchen knives, scissors, chisels, planes, and other carpentry tools. Also can be used for industrial blades with excellent cutting and processing performance.
Most popular for kitchen knives. The combination of high-quality steel with lower cost base cladding material enables excellent cutting, toughness and cost performance.
Mainly used for kitchen knives and interior construction. Synergizes the characteristics of several types of metal, clad alternatively in repeated layers. This creates a unique Damascus pattern, with no two knives being exactly the same.
Two types of metal clad alternately in layers.
After forging, it has excellent cutting, durability, and toughness. This is a revolutionary material, with the pattern going right to the edge of the blade.
Stainless blade steel core is clad with titanium, 3-ply spec. Naturally sharp, high corrosion resistance and reduced weight are the combined properties, which make it an optimal choice good for knives and large-scale blades.
This is our special clad design, allowing titanium to be used as a blade steel. Titanium alloy core is clad in a 3-ply spec. Its greatest properties are high corrosion resistance and reduced weight.
The blade steel is clad with soft stainless steel to improve corrosion resistance and wear resistance. This gives the material a longer working life and allows for easy maintenance.
Using cladded material to create a mold. We have helped our customers achieve and increase in durability (from 30-300%) for their molds by using our clad materials. In addition, there are a variety of advantages, from mold cost reduction, to improved maintenance.
The electrical conductivity property of COPPER and the lightness property of Aluminum are ideal to be cladded into an anodized electrode material. We have the ability to roll it to a 30mm thickness.
Predominantly multi-layer material, widely utilized for golf putter heads, interior products, high-end stationary, "hanko" stamp material, paperweights, and name plates.
Various materials can be cladded as required, bringing their own properties to the finished material. The thermal conductivity of Copper, the reduced weight of Aluminum, the stiffness and reduced weight of Titanium, are all used for professional hotplates and induction heating cooking ware.