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1075 Blade Stock - 3/16" x 1.5"

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1075  Cold Rolled and Annealed Carbon Steel.   Sometimes can be classified as 1080 forging steel due to carbon rating variance per pour.

Many beginners start with our 1075/80, It is a eutectoid steel very similar in characteristics to 1084.

Sold in 18" lengths

These are designated with a DARK BLUE painted end

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1075-316x15
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1075  Cold Rolled and Annealed Carbon Steel.   Sometimes can be classified as 1080 forging steel due to carbon rating variance per pour.

Many beginners start with our 1075/80, It is a eutectoid steel very similar in characteristics to 1084.

Sold in 18" lengths

These are designated with a DARK BLUE painted end

1075  Cold Rolled and Annealed Carbon Steel.   Sometimes can be classified as 1080 forging steel due to carbon rating variance per pour.

Many beginners start with our 1075/80, It is a eutectoid steel very similar in characteristics to 1084.

Sold in 18" lengths

These are designated with a DARK BLUE painted end

1075  Cold Rolled and Annealed Carbon Steel.   Sometimes can be classified as 1080 forging steel due to carbon rating variance per pour.

Many beginners start with our 1075/80, It is a eutectoid steel very similar in characteristics to 1084.

Sold in 18" lengths

These are designated with a DARK BLUE painted end

1075 is a medium-high carbon steel, Cold Rolled and Annealed, is often used in place of 1084 as it is more readily available. 

Many beginners start with our 1075/1080 carbon steel. It is a eutectoid steel very similar in characteristics to 1084.

This is a continuous cast, fine grain, fully killed steel (#5 or better). Material is low phosphorus, low sulfur, calcium treated to enhance internal cleanliness.

In the as-rolled condition, material is well suited for abrasion resistant applications and Damascus-making. In the annealed condition, the material may be cold formed (hot forming suggested for critical bends) with excellent heat treat results.

STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS: ASTM A684-17

TYPICAL ANALYSIS: C .69/.80 Mn .40/.80 P .020 max. S .025 max Si.15/.30

TYPICAL HARDNESS:   Cold Rolled, Spherically annealed, RB 85

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS: Blades, brackets, clutches, hand tools, springs, scrapers, washers, & wear strips

Sold in 18" lengths

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