A steel mill in Wisconsin is using metallurgy infuser to infuse steel into its products.
The company uses a metalloid process that creates the steel that’s used to make the steel tools used in milling machines.
The company says the process creates an infusion of copper, iron, and zinc that is used in a steel-processing plant to make products like drills and lathes.
The process is used to create a new type of steel called high-grade metallotic steels.
The idea behind the process is to inflate the metals to their maximum volume, the company said.
It can produce high-strength steel at low temperatures, and it is also used to infill other steel-products like steel products for drilling and lathe heads.
A mill in California that makes high-end steel, called the Milltown, has been using the process for nearly 20 years.
Its milling equipment uses a metal infuser that can infuse the steel in the mill to make steel tools, like drill bits and latches.
Milltown is not the only company that has tried the process.
The high-performance steel used in the process has been used in machines for more than two decades.
The process was also used in Australia, where a mill that uses the process, Woodland Steel, is based.