Heat Treating Spring Steel Knife Youtube
Heat treating a knife that i made from the front coil spring of my old truck. i'm assuming its 5160 spring steel. it hardened well in the oil quench. Knife making how to heat treat a knife | super simple diy heat treating. the 4 steps you need to know. more info below⬇️beginner knife making steel video. Clearing up the "most leaf spring is 5160" myth and trying a different heat treating method. below are a couple of the resources i used. (3 of like 30 lol) h. Northarmknives even the the best knife making steels are nothing without a good heat treatment. heat treating is the process of taking a steel bl. How to easily heat treat 1095 high carbon steel for knife making. this video is part of the complete online guide to knife making. in this video we demonstra.
Differential Hardening Heat Treating 1095 Carbon Steel Knife Blade Youtube
It’s hard to predict the optimal heat treatment of one steel based on the results of another. the datapoint for 8670 toughness on the chart in the article came from 1525°f for 10 minutes, quench in dt 48 oil, then tempered at 400°f. there was no cryo treatment. that heat treatment led to nearly 60 rc and high toughness. The purpose of heat treating is to bring steel to a hardened state. the correct hardness depends on the application of the steel being treated. knives need to be hard enough to hold an sharp edge through continuous mechanical abrasion, yet be soft (flexible) enough to stand up to forceful use without breaking. Step 1. place the steel into a heat treat oven or forge and raise the temperature to between 1,550 degrees fahrenheit and 1,650 degrees fahrenheit. allow the steel to remain in the oven for a "soak" time of at least 30 minutes. allow more soak time for more massive pieces of steel.
Knife Making Heat Treating 1095 Steel Youtube
Heat Treating A 5160 Spring Steel Blade Youtube
How To Heat Treat A Knife | The 4 Steps You Need To Know
knife making how to heat treat a knife | super simple diy heat treating. the 4 steps you need to know. more info below⬇️ beginner knife making steel how to heat treat a knife in the absolute simplest (easiest, laziest) way possible. pretty much nothing but charcoal and a blowdryer. purcha my murcha: i decided to check my heat treat process of the 5160 spring steel that i use for blades. the idea was sparked by a couple of videos done by "the coal dragon how to easily heat treat 1095 high carbon steel for knife making. this video is part of the complete online guide to knife making. in this video we clearing up the "most leaf spring is 5160" myth and trying a different heat treating method. below are a couple of the resources i used. (3 of like 30 lol) testing two different quenching process for stainless steel. oil quench is what you see more often and for most high carbon steel, it's also what i have done in for my next installment in the beginners series i decided to do the fast and loose approach to heat treating 5160 & sup9 (which are the same thing). in this video, we are hardening a supply of knives that need to be heat treated. we first warm the oil by heating up a bolt. we then place the blades handle first this is the tempering and heat treating process for a custom knife i'm working on. this is the first knife i've tried to make, so while it's not perfect its been a fun how to heat treat stainless steel for knife makers in this short how to video, we look at all the steps needed to successfully heat treat aebl stainless steel. i put the knife through a series of tests to show how durable and tough the blades can be. this is a knife i made, using essentially hand tools, from an old leaf spring. it is the first use of my home made forge for heat treating a knife.