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Steel Types What is the Difference? Blade HQ

  • I. Plain Carbon Steels

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    Steel Comparison Which Steel to Choose for Your Samurai

    Carbon Steel vs Stainless Steel. Most functional samurai swords are made out of high carbon steel. and Most of them are very high in carbon content. Stainless steel is excellent for making knives, however when it comes to longer blades, it tends to be very brittle, and usually swords made of stainless steel are for decorative purposes only.

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C50 steel

Stainless Steel, Special Steel, Compressor Blading, Turbine Blading, Superalloy Supplier. C50 can be supplied as steel plate/ sheet, round steel bar, steel tube/pipe, steel stripe, steel billet, steel ingot, steel wire rods. electroslag, forged ring/ block,etc. Join Supplier[email protected]

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A pocket guide to knives Lexicon of Blade Steel

It is often compared to 5160 steel with 5160 normally being considered the better of the two As this is a series 10XX steel, its carbon conten is around .60% giving it great toughness but poor edge retention something normally not considered important when doing major hacking..

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Steel Comparison Which Steel to Choose for Your Samurai

Carbon Steel vs Stainless Steel. Most functional samurai swords are made out of high carbon steel. and Most of them are very high in carbon content. Stainless steel is excellent for making knives, however when it comes to longer blades, it tends to be very brittle, and usually swords made of stainless steel are for decorative purposes only.

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5160 vs 9260H on reaching that illusive maximum hardness

Feb 19, 2015 · 5160 vs 9260H on reaching that illusive maximum hardness Sign in to follow this . Followers Steel at maximum hardness is brittle as glass. That is why tempering is necessary, and that is where the differences show up. I am like Matt, I find little difference in performance between 5160 and 9260. However, to make a sword that won't snap like

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6150 steel..anyone? Sword Forum

Apr 14, 2003 · Talking to the smith who is going to make my sword he was mentioning 6150 steel. He said basically it is like 5160, but of a higher quality. Said it was aircraft quality and with no "inclusions" and was anneled. Which makes working the steel easier. He said when tempered it is just like 5160. So, I was wondering if anyone can tell me more about this steel and what is meant by no inclusions in it?

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AISI Carbon Steel Mechanical Characteristics Table Chart

The Table chart below gives typical mechanical characteristics for selected properties. For all critical applications, verify to the applicable industry or requisite material / steel standard.

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How do I Compare 4140 & 4150 Steel? Sciencing

Mixing steel with various amounts of other elements produces steel alloys with mechanical properties superior to steel alone. SAE 4140 and 4150 steels are standard alloy steels. The major criteria used for comparing alloy steels are chemical composition and tensile strength. How do I Compare 4140 & 4150 Steel?

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Knife Steel FAQ

Ref 5160 Steel Composition. 52100 Formerly a ball bearing steel, and as such previously only used by forgers, it's available in bar stock now. It is similar to 5160 (though it has around 1% carbon vs. 5160 ~.60%), but holds an edge better. It is less tough than 5160. It is used often for hunting knives and other knives where the user is

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5160 steel

Texas Knifemakers Supply 5160 High Carbon Forging Steel for Knife Making 1/4" x 1 3/4" x 12" 4.6 out of 5 stars 10. $14.95 $ 14. 95. $11.95 shipping. 's Choice for 5160 steel. RMP Knife Blade Steel 1095 High Carbon Annealed Steel, Knife Making Billet, 1.5 Inch x 12 Inch x 0.187 Inch.

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Equivalent Of 5160 alloy Spring Steel

5160 steel stockholders and suppliers from china. Otai Special Steel have more 16 years experience in AISI 5160 Spring Steel round bar, flat bar., rod bar, wire and plate supply. AISI 5160 Steel is a high quality Cold work Spring Steel, It belong to the high quality high carbon alloy Spring Steel. Oil

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5160 leaf springs quenching and tempering Metallurgy

Jun 25, 2017 · I'm pretty sure that they are 5160 spring steel. And I was wondering what temperature would be ideal for working a tough steel like this. I plan on making knifes and swords( at least I'm going to try). I would also be grateful if someone could tell me what temperature is best to temper them at. 5160 leaf springs quenching and tempering

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1050 vs 9260 Spring Steel sword buyers guide

steel byk60 For a fully functioal sword or knife 5160 and 9260cm are the best super tough able to hold an edge and keep it easy to sharpen most smiths that know what their doing love working with it they are corrosion resistant without losing strength with proper heat treating i would even say they are better than welding/ folding/laminated super expensive jap swords but thats opinion

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Differences between Carbon Steel and Stainless Steel

Carbon steel vs Stainless steel . Alloying Materials. Steel is an alloy made out of iron and carbon. The carbon percentage can vary depending on the grade, and mostly it is between 0.2% and 2.1% by weight. Though carbon is the main alloying material for iron some other elements like Tungsten, chromium, manganese can also be used for the purpose.

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Steel vs AluminumWeight, Strength and Cost Differences

Strength & Malleability of Steel vs Aluminum. Aluminum is a very desirable metal because it is more malleable and elastic than steel. Aluminum can go places and create shapes that steel cannot, often forming deeper or more intricate spinnings. Especially for parts with deep and straight walls, aluminum is the material of choice.

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Difference Between Carbon Steel and Stainless Steel

May 30, 2012 · Carbon Steel vs Stainless Steel . Steel is an alloy made out of iron and carbon. The carbon percentage can vary depending on the grade, and mostly it is between 0.2% and 2.1% by weight.

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Differences of Forged Steel & Stainless Steel Hunker

Forged steel is rougher, different in molecular and grain makeup than stainless, which is usually cast and polished. These differences follow from the manufacturing process which is designed to make forged steel stronger and stainless steel anti corrosive and attractive in appearance.

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