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    anyone know where i can find information on the mass per kg on different metals ?
    would like to find the difference in mass between Bronze/Brass and Stainless steel
    Lathe - Hafco AL320G
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    beautiful, just what I was after
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    Just a heads up that the brass or bronze you have in your hot little hand may not be the one and only referred to on that site.

    For example brass on that site is given as 8.48 g/cc whereas brass can theoretically be anywhere between the density of it's constituent metals, Zn 7.12 g/cc and Copper of 8.94 g/cc. In practice the density ranges from 8.75 down to about 8.40 g/cc.

    If you want this level of details for 63,000 different materials (including about 30 different brasses) try this site.
    http://www.matweb.com/index.asp?ckck=1

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    Great guy's two good site's bookmarked both, thanks!....
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