In column "Label" type specifically marking of material, e.g . "Al Mg 5 Si".
On the left it is the table with chemical composition entered material.
In table on the right are displayed equivalent materials. There was selected Sweden alloy "4163".
On the left you can see chemical composition of equivalent material.
Down you see correspondent standards of equivalent.
In case you unknown exact marking of material, type "?" in column -Label and then from menus on the right choose sort
of alloy, in this example - "Copper base alloy". Then select state, e.g . "Japan".
On the left you see labels of Japanese materials based on copper.
Choose e.g . the material "BC 3". On the left down you see table with chemical composition of this material.
On the right is illustrate list of equivalent materials. Select e.g . American alloy "C 90500".
Thereafter on the right will show chemical composition of this material.
Down you see correspondent standards and legend "Cu ODL" which means that this alloy is as cast.
Meaning of these symbols will portray after activate button with question mark.