[rollei_list] Re: I'm back!

  • From: Jerry Lehrer <jerryleh@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: rollei_list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 07 Jul 2006 18:52:14 -0700

Don,

I specified some just today on the VERY up to date Boeing 787
Dreamliner.

Kieth says he knows a little about Alclad. Yes, VERY little!

Jerry


Don Williams wrote:

> At 07:08 PM 7/6/2006 -0700, Keith Whaley wrote:
>
>> I know a little about alclad materials.
>> Seems to me the need for such an alloy or construct has gone away as
>> a result of many sophisticated advances in corrosion protection.
>> What they do today was not even a gleam in a metallurgist's eye in
>> 1945, let alone 1985!
>> I'm making an educated guess here, but offhand I'd say, the need for
>> Alclad® has gone the way of high-button shoes...
>
>
> Could be that Alclad had gone the way of high-button shoes, but if so,
> I wonder why there are at least a dozen or more companies with web
> sites describing various such materials and offering to sell it.
>
>
> Don Williams
> La Jolla, CA
>
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