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Interactive Knife Steel Composition Chart

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How To Use The Knife Steel Chart

  • Requirements - Javascript enabled. Browsers - IE 9.0, FireFox 8.0, Chrome 15, Opera 11, Safari 5.0 or higher;
  • Move Mouse over * marked Name cells to see attached notes, hit Esc or mouse out hide it;
  • Click Search button to run search against entire database, or advanced button to search with mode options;
  • Select one or more steels in # column and click the Graph button to generate composition comparative graph;
  • Click on the individual alloy name links in the Name column to generate analysis graph for the specific alloy;
  • Use Standards, Maker, Country and Tech menus to display steel listings by Standard, Maker, Country or particular technology.
  • Note - I'm not a knifemaker or a metallurgist, the information is for reference purposes only.
  • Keyboard Shortcuts - click to see the list.
Standards
Makers
Country
Tech
Help

And Contains Elements

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  • Search - Enter
  • Advanced Search Dialog - Alt+[
  • Select Input Box - Alt+]
  • Settings Dialog - Alt+G
  • Build Graph - Alt+.
  • Manage Table Columns - Alt+/
  • Hide Column - On the column name Ctrl+Click
  • Show/Hide Ref. Names - Alt+I
  • Close Dialog - Esc, Space
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Namesorted
Base
C
Cr
Mo
V
W
Co
Ni
Mn
Si
S
P
Cu
Nb
N
Tech
Maker
CC

SG2*

 Fe 1.25-1.4514.00-16.002.30-3.301.80-2.200.000.000.000.400.500.030.030.000.000.00 PM  Takefu   JP  
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Namesorted
Base
C
Cr
Mo
V
W
Co
Ni
Mn
Si
S
P
Cu
Nb
N
Tech
Maker
CC

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