Available in either Rc 50 Spring Temper or in custom-hardened and tempered condition up to Rc 62, AISI 1095 or 1075 carbon steel is a good, economical material choice where corrosion is not expected to be a problem, and where material is a significant component of total blade cost (as is the case with large, thick blades, or when production quantities are quite high). 1095 or 1075 carbon steel is also a good
:1008 Steel Sheet, Full Hard Temper, ASTM Made from a full hard, cold rolled, low carbon 1008-1010 steel Precision Brand's steel shim is "Branded" with everything the user needs to know clearly marked right on the material:material type, material thickness, and lot # for full traceability Used in applications where hardness, flatness and accuracy are required
AISI 1010 carbon steel is a plain carbon steel with 0.10% carbon content. This steel has relatively low strength but it can be quenched and tempered to increase strength. The following datasheet provides more details about AISI 1010 carbon steel. Chemical Composition. The following table shows the chemical composition of the AISI 1010 carbon steel.
COLD ROLLED - AK SteelASTM A794 CS Carbon (0.16 0.25%) SAE J1392 HSLAS/SS SAE J2340 HSLAS/DR/BH/RA SAE J2329 CS/DS/DDS/EDDS SAE J403 General Press Hardenable Full Hard and Annealed/Tempered Rolled For any specifications not listed here, please contact your AK Steel sales representative. TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
Carbon Steel Sheets McMaster-CarrCarbon Steel The most economical of all the steel choices, carbon steel is often machined into parts and used in structural applications. It includes low-carbon steel, as well as alloys 1045, 1117, 1144, 12L14, and 1215.