Luke Bignell
Luke Bignell
Luke Bignell

Luke Bignell

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Chart of junk yard steels. Good information to keep on hand for heat treating / quenching

hey, i saw on a previous post a chart of tool steels and where they are found commonly (drill bits, screwdrivers, files, ect) and i cant find it so does anyo.

Angular velocity is equal to the circumference (2 pi r) times the frequency; if whirling a mass around in a horizontal circle, can find the radius of the circle by (length of string x sinangle), then use the above equation

Angular velocity is equal to the circumference pi r) times the frequency; if whirling a mass around in a horizontal circle, can find the radius of the circle by (length of string x sinangle), then use the above equation

1,688 degrees Fahrenheit is an extremely hot temperature; however, in metallurgy it is considered a low melting point. Compared to iron's melting point -- 2,786 degrees Fahrenheit -- the average melting point of brass at 1,688 makes it a low-melting alloy. If you have experience in melting tin and aluminum in your metal furnace, try melting brass....

Salvage brass pipes and fittings from an old house or building for your next project.

Fuel Gas & Melting Temperatures - Different fuel gasses (acetylene, propane, natural gas) burn at different temperatures and are best suited for different jewelry operations. This chart outlines the maximum temperatures at which common fuel gasses burn along with the melting points of some of the most common metals used in jewelry and metalsmithing.

Fuel Gas & Melting Temperatures - Different fuel gasses (acetylene, propane…

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