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Knife Steel Composition Chart Knife Informer

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Knife Steel Composition Chart. As an extension of our Guide to the Best Knife Steel, we’ve compiled the reference table below showing the most popular types of knife steel and their composition of the various elements. You can click on the column to sort the data accordingly.

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Knife Steel Composition Chart Free download and software

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Knife Steel Composition and name cross-reference database. Includes popular, exotic and high end alloys used in knife blades. About 3500+ alloy names, over 870 compositions.

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Software Version: 3.1

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Blade Steel Reference Chart Jantz Supply Quality

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11 rows · This easy-to-use knife steel chart and guide will help knifemakers of all experience levels …

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JIS SUJ1 Knife Steel Composition Analysis Graph

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Mouse over element names to get quick help on its effects in the alloy. Mouse over multi alloy graph bars to see exact values. Keyboard Shortcuts - click to see the list. Select steels from the Interactive Knife Steel Composition Chart.

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Best Knife Steel Comparison Steel Charts & Guide Blade HQ

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The charts below aid visualization of the strengths and weaknesses of a particular knife steel. The most well rounded steels like CPM-154 and 154CM create an even shape while a steel like CPM-3V is severe due to high toughness and lower scores in all other categories.

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Steel Qualities Of Kitchen Knives A Cheat Sheet Japana

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Blue Paper Steel (Aogami) High carbon steel is specifically developed for tools and knives. This one has highest wear resistance and lowest toughness. Very good steel and a very popular choice for high end Japanese kitchen knives. A lot of Japanese custom makers use it. Easy to sharpen, even high hardness.

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Knife Blade Steel Guide: Composition Best Steels

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What Makes a Steel? Steel Composition & Properties. First, let’s take a look at the more common elements used to manufacture steel. It’s important to note that I didn’t list all of the elements of steel composition to the chart below. Nitrogen (used in H1 steel and supposedly in Busse’s INFI steel), for instance, I have not listed.

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Best Knife Steels in 2021 (Steel Charts & Guide by a Marine)

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Knife Steel Charts Edge Retention Comparison Chart. Sharpening Difficulty Comparison Chart. Steel Toughness Comparision Chart Corrosion Resistance Comparison Chart. Let us know if you have any questions or comments below! Popular Posts. 26 Knife Blade Shapes and Types. 25 Best Fixed Blade Knives. 32 Best Everyday Carry Knives. 30 Best Benchmade

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Grimm Edelstahl GSO Knife Steel Composition Analysis Graph

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Mouse over element names to get quick help on its effects in the alloy. For comparison with other alloys open steel composition graph builder & analyzer. Select steels from the Interactive Knife Steel Composition Chart.

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A.G.'s Stainless Steel Chart AGRussell.com

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Stainless Steel Chart. We posted our online knife steel chart in 1998 and have done our best to keep it up to date since then. We intend to provide an authoritative guide for researching and appreciating the different blade steels that a knife can be made with. While no two people may agree on the best knife steel, the information in this guide

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Japanese Steel Types – Japanny Best Japanese Knife

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Aogami, or blue paper steel, is basically shirogami steel with chrome and tungsten added to the steel. This is a very popular steel used in forging high end Japanese kitchen knives. Blue Steel No.1 has the best edge in terms of sharpness.

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‎Knife Steel Composition Chart on the App Store

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Knife Steel Composition and name cross-reference database. Includes popular, high end and exotic alloys used in knife blades. Over 6500 alloy names, over 1000 compositions. Alloy names for 21 different international standards, proprietary names and their equivalents. Easy alloy composition

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Steel Chart Spyderco

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Steel Chart Click here to download a PDF of this steel chart (107kb) Click here to download a two-page brochure with more details about steel(14 MB). Click a specific steel below to see its elements. Hover over an element to learn more about how it affects steel performance characteristics.

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Guide to the Best Knife Steel Knife Informer

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In choosing the best pocket knife you should pay particular attention to the type of steel used in the blade. Alongside edge geometry and design, blade steel is a critical element that determines how a knife performs. Steel is essentially an alloy (i.e. a mix) of carbon and iron that is often enriched with other elements to improve certain characteristics depending on the desired application.

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Quickreference guide: Know your knife steels KnivesShipFree

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1095. What it is: 1095 is a plain carbon steel, very common in folding and fixed-blade knives designed for everyday use. Advantages: Ease-of-sharpening, edge-holding. Disadvantages: Rusts relatively easily. Who uses it: Great Eastern Cutlery, Hess Knifeworks, Lon Humphrey Custom Knives, Northwoods Knives.

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Knife Steel Composition Chart Apps on Google Play

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Knife Steel Composition and names cross-reference database. It is NOT a game, nor a steel history book, nor a knife maker catalog, nor an engineering manual. If you have relevant information, please share with me and I'll publish it. Includes popular, exotic and high-end alloys used in knife blades. Over 6500 alloy names, over 1000 compositions.

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Knife Steel & Handle Material Chart MidwayUSA

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58-62. 420. A hard, strong blade steel. This stainless steel is commonly used in knife blades, and offers good corrosion resistance at a low cost. Decent edge holding capabilities and fairly easy to resharpen, this steel is a good balance of the most desirable traits for knife steel. 49-53.

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Stainless Steel: Tables of Technical Properties

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The selection of the appropriate stainless steel grade for each applic ation is the result of variou s considerations. In order to assis t the reader in this selection, Euro Inox makes the following tables of technical properties available: • Chemical composition of stainless steels (flat products)

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Knife Steel Composition Chart Apps on Google Play

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Knife Steel Composition and names cross-reference database. It is NOT a game, nor a steel history book, nor a knife maker catalog, nor an engineering manual. If you have relevant information, please share with me and I'll publish it. Includes popular, exotic and high-end alloys used in knife blades. Over 6500 alloy names, over 1000 compositions.

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Knife Steel Comparison Guide RECOIL OFFGRID

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For a more in-depth look at knife steel composition, check out Knife Informer's excellent Knife Steel Composition Chart. It breaks down the elemental composition used in each type of steel, for those who want to dive deeper into the technical side. No matter what steel you choose, do your research beforehand. Otherwise, you might end up with an

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Chemical composition of knife steel — Sandvik Materials

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Chemical composition of knife steel. Chemical composition of knife steel. The chemical composition of a knife steel must be balanced, not over alloyed, and precise. The specification tolerances must be tight in order to secure a high consistent quality in the finished knife. Here is a breakdown of the most common elements in knife steel:

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SAE steel grades Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Type 303—free machining version of 304 via addition of sulfur and phosphorus. Also referred to as "A1" in accordance with ISO 3506. [6] Type 304—the most common grade; the classic 18/8 stainless steel. Outside of the US it is commonly known as "A2 stainless steel", in accordance with ISO 3506 (not to be confused with A2 tool steel).[6]

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Steel: The Heart of Japanese Knives – SharpEdge

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A good kitchen knife is made of good steel. Good steel should be considered a basis, a potential, which through the processes of forging, tempering and blade shaping can be exploited by only the most experienced craftsmen. There are 3 main categories of steel used in kitchen knife manufacturing. Every category has its pros and cons, depending

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Knife Blade Materials Knifecenter.com Knife Center

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420HC - A higher carbon version of standard Type 420 martensitic stainless steel. The Carbon content, combined with the high Chromium content, provides good abrasion resistance and edge-holding. This steel is not to be confused with standard 420 stainless steel. 420HC is an excellent general purpose knife steel when heat-treated with our proprietary Paul Bos heat-treat process.

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All About D2 Steel Development, Use in Knives, and

5 hours ago Knifesteelnerds.com Show details

Here is the chart from that article with the steels ranked by “chromium in solution” which is approximately equal to the corrosion resistance of each steel: D2 in Knives Today. D2 continues to see use in knives; a search on BladeHQ brings up 1,690 available knives in D2.

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Is 15n20 steel good for knives? [Complete Steel Guide

1 hours ago Knifeuser.com Show details

According to its chemical composition and Hardness, 15N20 steel offers the following properties: Edge Retention: It’s a hard steel with great edge retention, not the best, but it’ perfect for knives. Corrosion Resistance: It has a very low corrosion resistance since there is no Chromium in the alloy, 1095 is corrosion-prone steel, will rust very quickly.

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Knife Making Blade Steel Quality Knife Making Supplies

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Find the best type of knife steel for your knife making project. Drill rods are used to forge small blades or razors, slave pins for fitting handles to blades, and more. Nickel steel is used to produce the bright contrast needed for making Damascus-style steel. It is most commonly paired with 1080 or 1084 steel to create a unique Damascus pattern.

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Steel Grades, Properties and Global Standards

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Steel grades, chemical composition and products Table 4 Outokumpu steel name International steel designation Typical chemical composition, % Products EN ASTM UNS JIS C N Cr Ni Mo Others DUPLEX GRADES LDX 2101® 1.4162 – S32101 – 0.03 0.22 21.5 1.5 0.3 5Mn Cu P H C B R S T D

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Steel Facts CRKT Knives Columbia River Knife and Tool

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A knife’s steel is its lifeblood. Imagine a day in the life of a mechanic’s knife: it’ll get put through the ringer. His knife will encounter all types of solvents and moisture. Durability, stain resistance, and ease of sharpening found in 420J2 or AUS 4 steel are perfect here. On the other side of the spectrum, someone with an eye on a

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All About CPM S45VN Knife Steel [Article]

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SUMMARY: CPM 345VN steel is a high alloy stainless steel with outstanding edge retention, increased corrosion resistance, and modest toughness. These properties make S45VN is outstanding blade steel for high-end folding knives. It is a step forward from S35VN but its improvements are incremental better not orders of magnitude better. There are three significant things to know about S45VN steel

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List of blade materials Wikipedia

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The blade of a knife can be made from a variety of materials, the most common being carbon steel, stainless steel, tool steel and alloy steel. Other less-common materials used in knife blades include: cobalt and titanium alloys, ceramics, obsidian, and plastic . The hardness of steel is usually stated as a number on the Rockwell C scale (HRC) .

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H1 Steel How it Works Knife Steel Nerds

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I was also sent a composition analysis of H1 by Sandvik on a Spydero Salt, it fits in line with the reported composition, apart from a slightly low chromium content: Production of H1 Steel for Knives. H1 was first used in American production knives by Benchmade around 2002-2003 and shortly after by Spyderco [7].

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Knife steel information Crow

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Thyssen-Krupp W75 is a carbon steel with around 0,8% carbon content. W75 is used in Roselli’s carbon steel knife series. W75 blades are easy to sharpen on stone sharpeners and mostly it only takes a few strokes on a strop to get it sharp again. Toughness and edge retention are good but being a carbon steel, it rusts fairly easy.

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Alloy Steels Spyderco

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The purpose of this guide is to provide a detailed look into Steel. The world of Steel is as fluid as molten metal. It is ever-evolving. Steel as a matter of opinion is very subjective as it relates to knives and knife knuts. There is no clear cut answer as to which is the best steel. We …

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What is Sleipner steel? – Sleipner Steel Review Knife User

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According to the chemical composition and the HRC of the steel, the Sleipner Steel has the following features:. Sleipner Edge Retention: With a maximum hardness of 64HRC, the steel offers a good hardness and comes with a good edge retention but not the best ( didn’t reach the edge retention of a premium steel) Sleipner Corrosion Resistance: Medium or quite good corrosion resistance with 7,8%

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Steel Terminology & Glossary Country Knives Online Knife

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For more knife information, please see the Steel Production and Properties. For a cutlery steel chart that allows you to filter by Stainless, Non-Stainless, and Alternate Alloy, check out our Knife Steel Composition Chart.

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CPM S30V Stainless Steel Data Sheet Simply Tool Steel

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Your hobby has become your obsession. Fuel your obsession by reading “Knife Steel Simplified”. For only $34.95, the cost of only one piece of knife steel, you will receive 152 pages of tool steel information devoted to the knife maker, engaged in the production of high-quality tool steel knives.

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Different Types of Steel and Their Properties [PDF]

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Applications: Knives, hack saw blades, chisels, hammers, drills, dies, machine tool cutters, punches, etc. 2.Based on the Method of manufacture of Steels: Based on Method of manufacturing of steels, they are classified as Bessemer steel method and Electric Arc Furnace method whose explanation is below.

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What Steel Does Leatherman Use? MULTITOOL CENTRAL

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This mid-grade stainless steel is the most common steel used by Leatherman and is probably the most widely used steel among budget knife manufactures. 420HC was created by taking the older 420 stainless steel and adding more carbon to the mix. By adding more carbon, it increased its hardness a little but still maintained its corrosion resistance.

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Best Pocket Knives Guides Knife Information Blade HQ

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BEST POCKET KNIVES GUIDES. Welcome to knife paradise! This is a resource for all the best pocket knives, with everything from balisongs to switchblades. Choose a guide below to read about the best and most popular knives of each type.

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Is 3cr13 Steel Good For Knives? (8 Answers You Should Know

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Full 3cr13 Composition is as follows: 13% of Chromium: This component is what makes 3cr13 be considered stainless steel.Its level of Chromium also makes it harder than other steels. Even though it improves hardness, a high level of Chromium could reduce the metal’s strength.

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All About 80CrV2 Knife Steel at KnifeArt.com

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80CrV2 knife steel provides a cutting tool with extreme toughness and edge retention; provides a high value for performance vs. cost to manufacture. Due to its toughness, hardness, and availability, it is prized in the construction of tactical knives, hunting knives

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Steel Standards ASTM International

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ASTM's steel standards are instrumental in classifying, evaluating, and specifying the material, chemical, mechanical, and metallurgical properties of the different types of steels, which are primarily used in the production of mechanical components, industrial parts, and construction elements, as well as other accessories related to them.

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Knives, Tools, and Knife Accessories Country Knives

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Store Directions & Hours. Thanks for visiting Country Knives! We hope that you have a knife day!! Country Knives is a family owned fine cutlery store located on Rt 340, outside Intercourse PA. Established in 1976, we have decades of knowledge, and a massive inventory of over 8,000 items from over 300 manufacturers from all over the world.

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440C Wikipedia

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440C (UNS designation S44004) is a martensitic 400 series stainless steel, and is the highest carbon content from 400 stainless steel series. It is usually heat treated to reach hardness of 58–60 HRC.It is a bearing steel, and used in rolling contact stainless bearings, e.g. ball bearings and roller bearings.It is also used to make knife blades. 440C can be oil quenched to achieve maximum

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32 Best Survival Knives in 2021 Ranked by a Marine

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Blade Composition: 1095 Carbon Steel Handle Composition: Micarta or G10 on the Junglas-VG-E version Blade Length: 10.38 Inches Total Length: 16.50 Inches Total Weight: 23.00 Ounces Sheath Material: Kydex with MOLLE Compatibility. My Review: As ESEE is well-known for, the Junglas series is a “get the job done” kind of line-up. These knives

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Cutting Boards Japana Home

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The cutting board is perhaps the most essential (after knives) tool in your kitchen for meal prep. Picking a chopping board is actually easy once you learn the properties of the materials. Investing in wooden end grain boards is always a good choice. Our cutting boards are made of Japanese Aomori Hiba and Hinoki (Japanese Cypress wood) trees

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Knife for Android APK Download

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Knife Hit Party - cutlery is game for the best pocket knife for self defense. cutlery is a knife game like party hits and a tactical hunting knife cutlery best pocket knife for self defense play Knife Hit Party - cutlery and be a chef knife you will play with different kitchen cutlery it's like a cutlery set or cutlery store now you're able to play with the best pocket knife for self defense

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What is the chemical composition of a knife?

Chemical composition of knife steel. The chemical composition of a knife steel must be balanced, not over alloyed, and precise. The specification tolerances must be tight in order to secure a high consistent quality in the finished knife.

How many steels are used in a knife?

Knife Steel Composition and names cross-reference database. It is NOT a game, nor a steel history book, nor a knife maker catalog, nor an engineering manual. If you have relevant information, please share with me and I'll publish it. Includes popular, exotic and high-end alloys used in knife blades. Over 6500 alloy names, over 1000 compositions.

What kind of materials are used to make knife blades?

The blade of a knife can be made from a variety of materials, the most common being carbon steel, stainless steel, tool steel and alloy steel. Other less-common materials used in knife blades include: cobalt and titanium alloys, ceramics, obsidian, and plastic . The hardness of steel is usually stated as...

When did the knife steel chart come out?

We posted our online knife steel chart in 1998 and have done our best to keep it up to date since then. We intend to provide an authoritative guide for researching and appreciating the different blade steels that a knife can be made with.

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