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With the exploration and innovation of Bebon people, DEN gradually formed four major advantageous products: steel plate, steel pipe, stainless steel, special steel, and established our own Machining processing center in order to meet customer's diverse requirements.




Tool Steels Eureka Welding Alloys

Typical applications encountered are trim steels, piercing punches, flange, and forming dies as well as some draw form operations. This alloy is most widely used for general repair of the air hardening grades and A.I.S.I. D 2 where a complete heat treat cycle will be used. Eureka 1215 is a A.I.S.I. A 2 air hardening tool steel alloy.

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Tool Steel, Carbon, and Alloy Steel Southern Tool Steel

Tool Steel Southern Tool Steel is a Metals Service Center and Distributor of High Quality Tool Steels, Carbon Steels , Alloy Steels, Aluminum , Stainless Steel, Brass, Bronze, Copper, Flat Ground & Drill Rod, Metric Sized Steels, and Specialty Metals.

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Tool Steel Machine Design

Many steel mills have formulated their own special purpose tool steel alloy. Such alloys may not match a specific AISI designation and must be specified by trade name. Special purpose tool steels

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Tool Steel, Carbon, and Alloy Steel Southern Tool Steel

Southern Tool Steel is a Metals Service Center and Distributor of High Quality Tool Steels, Carbon Steels, Alloy Steels, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Brass, Bronze, Copper, Flat Ground & Drill Rod, Metric Sized Steels, and Specialty Metals.Southern Tool Steel offers fast delivery of the metals you need, cut to size without a minimum order requirement.

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A 2, D 2, 0 Die, S 7 Alloy Tool Steel Inc.

A 2 Tool Steel. A 2 is an air hardening (cold work) tool steel with wear properties between 0 1 oil hardening and 0 2 air hardening. A 2 offers good toughness with medium wear resistance along with relatively easy machining. A 2 also has excellent non deforming properties. These characteristics have made A 2 a very popular and widely used material.

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Tool Steel Products Tool Steels Tool Steel Service Inc.

Tool Steel Service maintains an extensive inventory of tool steel with stock in tool steel rounds, tool steel flats and precision ground products. We Inventory most tool steel grades, alloy steels and low carbon grades. As a full service Master Distributor, we can also meet customer needs for

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Tool Steel The Four Types of Steel Metal Supermarkets

Mar 23, 2015 · Tool steel contains various amounts of tungsten, molybdenum, cobalt and vanadium to increase the heat resistance and durability of the metal. This makes them ideal when used for cutting and drilling. Tool Steel is divided into these six groupswater hardening, cold work, shock resisting, high speed, hot work,

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High Speed Steel Tool Steel Compare Tool Steel

To qualify as a high speed steel, the chemical composition must meet certain minimum requirements, which are defined in the ASTM A600 Specification for High Speed Tool Steels. The lowest alloy grades, M50 and M52 high speed steels, are properly known as intermediate high speed steels because of their lower alloy contents.

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Welding of Tool Steel Specialty Metal Distributors

Welding of Tool Steel. It is sometimes necessary to weld finished or partly finished tool steel parts. Welding tool steels differs from welding the low carbon machinery steels since tool steels, because of their alloy content and the welding temperatures will actually harden to maximum hardness in and near the area welded.

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Tool Steel Machine Design

Tool Steel. The same properties that qualify tool steels for tools and dies are also used for other parts that require resistance to wear, stability during heat treatment, strength at high

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What is the difference between alloy steel and tool steel

Apr 29, 2018 · Tool Steels are the steels have a higher percentage of carbon, of the order of 0.9 to 1.5 %. This makes it hard and brittle. This also improves its property of withstanding at elevated temperatures. Where as Alloy steels are the specifically made steels alloyed with other materials in small percentages to enhance its different qualities.

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ASTM A681, for Tool Steels Alloy Otai Special Steel

ASTM A681 specification covers the chemical, mechanical, and physical requirements for available wrought alloy tool steel products, which include hot or cold finished steel bar, steel plate, steel sheet, strip, rod, wire, or forgings etc. Material in accordance with

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Crucible Tool Steel and Specialty Alloy General Information

Historically, tool steels used for stamping and forming tools have included A2 and D2, with occasional use of the high speed steel M2. A2 and D2 are familiar to most tool builders and tool users as common, general purpose cold work tool steels.

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Welding of Tool Steel Specialty Metal Distributors

Welding of Tool Steel. It is sometimes necessary to weld finished or partly finished tool steel parts. Welding tool steels differs from welding the low carbon machinery steels since tool steels, because of their alloy content and the welding temperatures will actually harden to maximum hardness in and near the area welded.

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High Speed Steel Tool Steel Compare Tool Steel

High speed tool steels are designed primarily for cutting tool applications. The term “high speed” was used when these steels were first invented. The term refers to the fact that the steels could be used as cutting tools at high turning speeds on a lathe.

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Tool Steels – Low Alloy Special Purpose Tool Steels

L2 Tool Steels L6 Tool Steels Composition Applications Introduction. According to the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) classification system, low alloy special purpose steels are designated Group L steels. Low alloy special purpose steels contain small

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