Cemented Carbide - Applications - Non-industrial Uses - Jewelry


Tungsten carbide has become a popular metal in the bridal jewelry industry, due to its extreme hardness and high resistance to scratching. Given its brittleness, it is prone to chip, crack, or shatter in jewelry applications. Once fractured, it cannot be repaired—only replaced.

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