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Swap 15n20 or L6 for some O1

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recently got a little lucky and found stash of precision ground O1 most of it still in wrappers.

 

wanting to try my hand at a little patternwelding and some suggested 15n20 or L6 would look good welded up with it....does anyone have any L6 or 15n20 they would like to swap for some O1 ?

 

heres a couple pics of the O1 I got...

 

haul # 1:

O1haul.jpg

 

haul # 2:

secondhaulc.jpg

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I have some slices of L6 sawblade, about 1 1/2 to 2 inches wide, about a little more than a foot long, as well as 2 12 or 13 or 14 inch round L6 disc sawblades I could trade? That is a nice "stash" of O1;).

Edited by Sam Salvati

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It makes me sad, because in my college weld shop they have 3" round stock, about 8 feet high of O-1 and W-2, its been there for about 20 years and they refuse to let me have any (Crying his eyes out in the corner).

 

But hell, I get all of there broken bandsaw blades they cant repair.

 

Kind or random, but if I get a hold of any, I'll let you know.

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sam...are you sure theyre L6?

 

 

no problems with mystery steel...but since this is marked (still in wrapper) O1 was hoping to get some known steel for it.....will let you know...ok

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sam...are you sure theyre L6?

no problems with mystery steel...but since this is marked (still in wrapper) O1 was hoping to get some known steel for it.....will let you know...ok

 

I understand where you are coming from. I am not sure what the big disc blades are, but the sawblade slices are definately L6.

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If you are also interested, I have some flat bar wrought iron? WHy bother with anchor chain, when you can get some wrought iron in flat bar form already! It is parts from an old wagon, 1/16th this 2 inches wide, and some more 1/4 and more 1 inch wide, and some other odds and ends too, if you are intertested I could take some pictures of all the bits and stuff. Looks like really good stuff, breaks with a nice even fibrous look.

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