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Homeworker

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  1. If you don't have any other options, you should take it. It's not ideal of course and it might not be a job you'll like but if it's a stepping stone, step on that stone!
  2. Hi everyone, I was wondering if someone could help me find books and articles on metallurgy. I'm looking for methods to harden different types of metals, in particular steel. Thanks in advance.
  3. I am testing on 202, 204, 301, 304 and 330.
  4. Greetings everyone, I am currently testing different types of steel (mainly steels of grades 200s and 300s) for work, some of which have been hardened before to improve their mechanical properties. But before I'm starting my project, I was wondering if anyone has a handy spreadsheet or something which says when steel starts to corrode, show signs of wear or which temperatures are critical for the material. And by that I of course mean untreated steels i.e. steels that have not been heat treated or anything. Then, I will compare these results to the steels that have been hardened. O
  5. How much is your cost of living? And how much do your competetors charge? If your fees are higher than those, you need reasons to justify why.
  6. What other degrees are you considering then? Other than MBA? Which I think is quite different...
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