Crucible CPM S60V Knife Steel
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CPM S60V(Crucible) - First introduced in 1995. Now discontinued. Highly wear and stain resistant steel. High carbide volume with fine carbides. Not that easy to put a sharp edge on it though. Base for this alloy was AISI 440C steel with added Carbon and Vanadium. Main issue with making knives out of it was low attainable hardness, around 56HRC. Sure, there are knives softer than that too, but for a knife made of supersteel it was too much of a trouble.

Manufacturing Technology - CPM

Country - United States(US)

Known Aliases:
Crucible - CPM 440V, Crucible - CPM-T-440V, Crucible - T440V, Crucible - CPM 440VM, Crucible - S60V, Crucible - 440V

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