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We Have W2 Flat Bar For Sale

 

 

W-2 Certs. / Heat #1

C...0.916

Si..0.295

Mn...0.215

P....0.0050

S....0.0020

Cr...0.069

Ni...0.042

Mo..0.008

V....0.165

W...0.005

Cu..0.047

Sn..0.006

Al...0.006

 

 

The material descaled and annealed to a hardness of 175HB.

The annealed structure is 87% spherodized carbides.

 

Available Sizes:

 

1/4" (.270) x 1", 1 1/4", 1 1/2", 2", 2 1/2" and 3" x 48"

5/16"(.340) x 1", 1 1/4", 1 1/2", 2", 2 1/2" and 3" x 48"

3/8" (.390) x 1", 1 1/4", 1 1/2", 2", 2 1/2" and 3" x 48"

 

We can also custom cut any size up to 15" wide for larger pieces or water jetting.

 

Price per pound $5.50(Please call the office for quantity discounts.)

 

If interested please E-Mail us with your full address and contact # along with what you are interested in. The material is ready to ship.

 

Thanks for Looking,

 

Aldo Bruno

NJ Steel Baron

njsteelbaron@gmail.com

Ph # 201-637-1413

Edited by Aldo

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Aldo - I already sent you a personal email.

I need the original order plus some of the 1.5" x 3/8" I got a few swords to make for people, and I don't want to have to weld up the initial billet for a couple of them.

 

kc

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I do my best writing between 2 and 5 am, and my career depends on me writing stuff all the time.

 

Seriously - this is a good place to ask - does anyone have a good link to heat treatment process for w2? Since many of us are happy to get it, it would make sense to put a link here for heat treat info.

 

Besides - I have never used the rare and storied stuff myself (but I will soon... soon...).

 

Heat treat links or info, Please?????

 

edited: here is a good link: http://www.bladesmithsforum.com/index.php?showtopic=5645&st=0

 

if you want info about heat treat, use the google search at Don's website.

Edited by Kevin (The Professor)

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that looks like beautiful steel. looks like it would respond to a long soak at a low austenitising temp (1425f?)for a water quench. probably wont want to get hard in oil, 'less you got something very fast, but id guess from that structure you could bump the temp up to 1500 ish for a slower oil quench - if you don't soak the vanadium will keep the grain size down.

 

Kevin, i hear you on the 2-5 thing. nothing like a blank page and a quiet world. plus i think my brain takes a good 12 hrs to warm up these days...

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For Kyle,

 

I believe a cubic inch of steel is approx. .286 pounds. So length x width x thickness x .286 equals total weight in pounds.

 

 

Daniel

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Christopher, Aldo is on a multi-week tour of hammer-ins and such for the next month or so, so email communications will be spotty. He does have this W-2, though.

 

It's best to call him.

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2 1/2 "и 3" х 48 " 5/16 "(0,340) х 1"

 

Interested in the possibility of delivery to Russia-Kirov

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what types of payments do you take?

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