Smithells Metals Reference Book, Eighth Edition, Gale, W. 2004, reproduced from Grange, R. Metallurgical and Materials Ttt diagram for eutectoid steel pdf, 1977, Vol8A, p. The first thing that is obvious is that this is a high carbon steel.
Landes, Messerklingen und Stahl, 2. DIN 12206 which is a 1. As the carbon content drops so does the volume of carbide. 1084 or 1095, the carbide volume will only be a couple of percent. 1095 is likely to be near identical. 1045 or similar alloys such as 4340? The bush knife from Takach forge was a solid example of 1084.
1095 is a very high carbon steel steel. TME due to cementite precipitation. Ontario RTAK also took severe damage clipping off branch stubs . The TOPS Steel Eagle also had several problem in regards to brittle fracture. INFI on carpet and wood.
52100 has almost a 2. Abrasive wear characteristics of carbon and low alloy steels for better performance of farm implements, M. 1086 steel and both are generally better than Damascus steel. Iterative taguchi analysis: optimizing the austenite content and hardness in 52100 steel P. Effect of austempering temperatures on microstructure and mechanical properties of a bearing steel Volkan Kilicli, Ph. 1 and Mucahit Kaplan, M.
Srikant Mustafa, Iqbal and N. The UFG steel was a plain carbon steel containing 1. 7min, after quenching process, matensite was only observed. 52100 for example or even brine or “super quench”. Ed Fowler though was behind another custom in CPM-10V. The MEUK was also behind S30V and 10V several high alloy steels slicing carpet. The Becker was not even in the same class.
65 percent to achieve the required hardness and wear resistance. 5 percent nickel and 0. 15N20 is a very similar high nickel steel, often used in bawnsaw blades. Nickel than is in L6. An increase of nickel content in the investigated structural steels causes a decrease of epsilon carbide concentration in their microstructure after tempering.
The effect of carbide precipitate morphology on fracture toughness in low-tempered steels containing Ni, Krawczyk J, Bala P, Pacyna J. The investigations show that the Ms, As and Af temperatures decrease with increasing nickel and manganese contents. O1 and thus has again lower risk of quench cracking and warping. 52100 depending on what was cut. L6 blade, there was a problem with the hardening.
TTT curves to the right. 2-3 HRC points and an increase in low stress wear resistance by a factor of 2. What does all of this mean as to how the steel performs? White, Blue and HSS chisels using M2 or similar steels. The PM-V11 and the White Steel really do deliver. A2 is a great steel that offers a real improvement in edge retention. On harder work, cutting carpet.
O1 blade will patina visibly while cutting acidic foods. As with all steels, heat treating is critical. The custom O1 blade at 63. A2 is an air hardening cold work die steel. 1850 F, which like A2 is usually done in stages.