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Die Steel EN31

EN31 is a high carbon Alloy steel which achieves a high degree of hardness with compressive strength and abrasion resistance.

Die Steel D2

D2 steel is an air hardening, high-carbon, high-chromium tool steel. It has high wear and abrasion resistant properties. It is heat treatable and will offer hardness in the range 55-62 HRC, and is machinable in the annealed condition. D2 steel shows little distortion on correct hardening. D2 steel’s high chromium content gives it mild corrosion resisting properties in the hardened condition. Cold-work tool steels include the high-carbon, high-chromium steels or group D steels. These steels are designated as group D steels and consist of D2, D3, D4, D5, and D7 steels. These steels contain 1.5 to 2.35% of carbon and 12% of chromium. Except type D3 steel, all the other group D steels include 1% Mo and are air hardened. Type D3 steel is oil-quenched; though small sections can be gas quenched after austenitization using vacuum.

Die Steel D3

Cold-work tool steels which include D2, D3, D4, D5, and D7 steels are high-carbon, high-chromium steels. Apart from D3 steel all group D steels have 1% Mo and are air hardened. Type D3 steel is oil-quenched; though small sections can be gas quenched after austenitization using vacuum. As a result, tools made with type D3 steel tend to be brittle during hardening. Type D2 steel is the most commonly used steel among the group D steels. The D3 steels contain 1.5 to 2.35% of carbon and 12% of chromium.

Die Steel SKD11

Moulds for chemically aggressing Plastics & Plastics containing abrasive Filters.

Applications:

This steel is easy turning, and should be made sharp knife, scissors, saw, cold or hot for repair mode, the drum side, the screw pattern, line mode, cutters, impact mode, circular cylinder, the system of power transformers heart dies, cutting steel Paper mill knives, steel forming rollers, special molding roller, precision rules, shape complexity of the cold tools, mandrels, metallurgy, tin for mold, plastic mold, the screw head molds.

Die Steel SAE/AISI 52100

Alloy steels contain different varieties of steels that exceed the composition limits of Mn, C, Mo, Si, Ni, Va, and B set for carbon steels. They are designated by AISI four-digit numbers. They respond more quickly to mechanical and heat treatments than carbon steels.AISI 52100 alloy steel is known as a high carbon, chromium containing low alloy steel. The following datasheet gives an overview of AISI 52100 alloy steel.

Die Steel CW1

Cold work tool steels are employed for the manufacture of tools for applications involving surface temperatures below 200°C.In this temperature range, the steel must feature the following properties in order to guarantee tool resistance to the high stresses arising from the numerous machining and shaping.

Die Steel HCHCR

Thread rolling dies, Hobs, Cold extrusion tools and dies, Punches, Draw plates and dies, Cutters, Measuring tools, Pressure casting moulds, Blanking, Reamer, Finishing rolls for tyre mills.This type of steel has high dimensional stability with added wear resistance coupled with excellent edge holding qualities.

Die Steel OHNS

Blanking and stamping dies, Punches, Rotary shear blades, Thread cutting tools, Milling cutters, Reamers, Measuring tools, Gauging tools, Wood working tools, Broaches, Chasers.An ideal type oil-hardened steel which is economical and dependable for gauging, cutting and blanking tools as well as can be relied for hardness and good cutting performance.O1 Tool Steel is an electric-furnace melted, oil-hardened, non-shrinking, general-purpose tool steel. It is chemically composed of approximately 0.95 percent carbon, 1.1 percent manganese, 0.6 percent chromium, 0.6 percent tungsten and 0.1 percent vanadium. The hardening temperature of O1 tool steel is between 790 degrees Celsius and 820 degrees Celsius.

Die Steel H13

Chromium hot-work tool steels are designated as group H steels according to the AISI classification system. This series of steels start from H1 to H19. The most commonly used chromium hot-work steels are H11, H12, and H13, which can be air hardened in 150 mm thick sections. The steels are subjected to minimal distortion during hardening due to their balanced alloy content. The tools produced from chromium hot-work steels can be cooled using water without damage as these steels have low carbon and alloy contents.

Die Steel H11

Chromium hot-work tool steels are designated as group H steels according to the AISI classification system. This series of steels start from H1 to H19. The most commonly used chromium hot-work steels are H11, H12, and H13, which can be air hardened in 150 mm thick sections. The steels are subjected to minimal distortion during hardening due to their balanced alloy content. The tools produced from chromium hot-work steels can be cooled using water without damage as these steels have low carbon and alloy contents.