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  1. Caleb, the W-2 and 15T of 1084 will be delivered to the Connecticut warehouse a few days after the 14th of March. We need to pull it and get it all cut. It's looking like the last week in March is a safe bet. Al!, as for thicker 15N20 the mill can roll it as thick as 3/8". I've always though that it would be an excellent sword and large knife steel. We have it to 1/8 and I was considering 1/4". What do you all think?
  2. I will be there with a truck full of steel! If you need anything special let the office know and we will put an order together for you.DON'T CALL THE DAY BEFORE I LEAVE !!! Give us at least a week. Thank You, Aldo Bruno Baron of Steel King of Carbon Usurper of Utectoid
  3. Mark, It's a beauty! Hope you are enjoying the 80CrV2.
  4. My first knife never got a handle! Nice knife Robby.
  5. Beautiful work Wes. Glad that you like the stuff.
  6. Just thought you might want to know that the 1/8"(.140) 80CrV2 is in stock and up on the web site!
  7. I'm in northeast NJ and very interested. Send me the pics and contact info or you can call me at the office at 974-949-4140 and ask for Aldo.
  8. Just to let you know! 1/4"(.270) and 5/16+(.350) W-2 is ready for shipping. HURRY! The last batch went in 3 weeks. Aldo Bruno Baron of Steel King of Carbon Usurper of Eutectics
  9. The 1084 in 1/4", 3/16" and 1/8" is in stock and on the website. If you want quantities over 100 pounds please contact us at the office at 973-949-4140. Thank you, Aldo
  10. Aldo


    Hell Kenon, I would even buy it!
  11. Excellent work Dan! And you have 2 damn good teachers as well.
  12. I'll be going down again this year. If anyone going needs a delivery I will pack it up and take it down with me. I just ask that you call the office at 973-949-4140. Thanks, Aldo
  13. Steve, The HIGH carbon or the LOWER carbon?................or both!
  14. Jan, The steel described below is AISI/ASSTM W112, JIS SK2, DIN C 125 W, Werkstoff #1.1563. Budderus Mills is one of the producers of this steel. The mang. in the formula you put down is a hair high as the formula calls for .10 to .35. The carbon range is 1.20 to 1.35 and the Si and chrome fall right in place. It's one of the higher carbon W-1's. On the low end of the spectrum is C70W1. The same formula with .65 to .74 carbon. I'm thinking that C70W1 with .15 to .20 Vanadium would be an excellent Sword Steel.(In my humble opinion) Scott, I would love to have what's left of that file tested. Send me a piece if there is anything left. Nicholson File 1.23%C .37%Mn .21%Si .16%Cr .09%Ni .04%Mo
  15. Steve, It's 1:30AM Sunday morning and I'm still cutting steel. I can barely stand at all.
  16. So you all know! I believe the cracking may be do to the processing of the bar. Not the steel itself.We are bringing in a water jet in January. We will be cutting all of our bar in house in the future. We feel there will be a lot less stress in the material. Until then we will be plate saw cutting everything. The suite next to our shop will be available to us in March. We are hoping to have all of our stock in house as well. Steve, we will be cutting the bar today and have it out to you on Monday. Again, sorry for the inconvenience. Aldo
  17. Jo and everyone else interested, We have W-2 ordered in 1/4" 3/16" and 1/8". It will be showing up In the beginning of March. Aldo Bruno
  18. So I just want to know if I can change the name of the 1075 to Aldo's Dragon Steel. Matt that is a very cool blade. Congratulations.
  19. That's good to know. Cause I "happen to" come across a small truck load of O-2. It's kind of chunky at 1 1/2" x 2" but I got a big saw! I would imagine that Carpenter L-6 without Moly doesn't have the tendency to air harden? I've got a small boat load of that as well. Part of the L-6 will be rolled to 1/4" and ? (I was hoping you could help me out here.)
  20. Howard, How did the O-2 and 1086 work out with the L-6? Did you find the O-2 more compatible?
  21. We recently acquired a load of Carpenter L-6 (RDS). Most of the bars are 3/4" x 1"-4"x 36"-72" random lengths. We can cross cut and rip cut to size. Material is being sold for $3.50 per pound(20 pound min.). If you are interested please E-Mail us at njsteelbaron@gmail.com Thank you Aldo
  22. So I guess you won't be needing that 1002?
  23. What are you up to now Sam? I figured being with Kerry and the crew would get you going.Give me a call. I have a few ideas.I just got a load of L-6.(Big L-6)It might make it interesting.
  24. Gee, that was me 2 years ago and I'm still sexy as ever!
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