(Two materials where one of the materials acts as a glue), Epoxy Resin
Nitinol Wire, Restores to its original form when heated
Nickel Titanium Wire
Ferrous (Rusting), Iron, Steel, Mild Steel, Stainless Steel, Carbon Steel
Non-Ferrous (Non-Rusting), Aluminium
Properties, Ductile, Make it into a wire, Malleable, Bendable
Finishes, Galvalnized (Protective coating), For Ferrous metal, Anodized, Finish for non-ferrous, Paint, Enamel paint
For stronger metals
Ability be bent out of shape easily.
Ability to be drawn into a wire easily.
Ability to withstand tension (opposing pulling forces).
Ability to withstand cracking.
Ability to withstand scratching/wearing down.
Propagation of scratches, Diamond is the hardest
Ability to withstand bending.
Ability to be melted/fused by heat.