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XH1215     1095 Hi-Carbon Steel 3/16" x 1-1/2" x 18" XH1215 1095 Hi-Carbon Steel 3/16" x 1-1/2" x 18"

Our 1095 is cold rolled and annealed with a bright finish. This material is perfect for forging, blades, tools and other parts. Very easy to work.
HEAT TREATMENT Bring to 1450°-1475°F, then quench immediately, holding at a noncrucial point such as the back of the blade or handle area. Temper between 400°-600°F, depending upon the desired hardness.
Typical chemistry C .90/1.04, Mn .60/.90.

Price: $8.95
XH1220 1095 Hi-Carbon Steel 3/16" x 2" x 18" XH1220 1095 Hi-Carbon Steel 3/16" x 2" x 18"

Our 1095 is cold rolled and annealed with a bright finish. This material is perfect for forging, blades, tools and other parts. Very easy to work.
HEAT TREATMENT Bring to 1450°-1475°F, then quench immediately, holding at a noncrucial point such as the back of the blade or handle area. Temper between 400°-600°F, depending upon the desired hardness.
Typical chemistry C .90/1.04, Mn .60/.90.

Price: $10.95
XM1215     1095 Hi-Carbon Steel 3/16" x 1-1/2" x 36" XM1215 1095 Hi-Carbon Steel 3/16" x 1-1/2" x 36"

Our 1095 is cold rolled and annealed with a bright finish. This material is perfect for forging, blades, tools and other parts. Very easy to work. HEAT TREATMENT Bring to 1450°-1475°F, then quench immediately, holding at a non crucial point such as the back of the blade or handle area. Temper between 400°-600°F, depending upon the desired hardness.
Typical chemistry C .90/1.04, Mn .60/.90.

Price: $17.95
XM1220     1095 Hi-Carbon Steel 3/16" x 2" x 36" XM1220 1095 Hi-Carbon Steel 3/16" x 2" x 36"

Our 1095 is cold rolled and annealed with a bright finish. This material is perfect for forging, blades, tools and other parts. Very easy to work.
HEAT TREATMENT Bring to 1450°-1475°F, then quench immediately, holding at a noncrucial point such as the back of the blade or handle area. Temper between 400°-600°F, depending upon the desired hardness.
Typical chemistry C .90/1.04, Mn .60/.90.

Price: $21.95
   
 
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