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DIN 1.2365 H10 Hot Work Tool Steel – Fushun Special Steel

H10 hot work tool steel should always be annealed after forging. ANNEALINGHeat slowly to 1550-1650°F, hold until the entire mass is heated through, and cool slowly in the furnace (40°F per hour) to about 1000°F, after which the cooling rate may be increased.

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H10 Tool Steel ASTM 1.2365 32CrMoV12-28 SKD7 BH10

H10 tool steel has good thermal fatigue characteristics, and unlike the tungsten hot work steels and H10 hot work tool steels may be safely water cooled in service. H10 hot works tool steel is recommended for difficult hot work tooling applications such as hot punches, die casting dies, forging dies, hot shear blades, hot gripper dies, and extrusion tooling etc.

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H10 - Ellwood Specialty Steel

H10 is a chromium-molybdenum hot work steel that exhibits excellent resistance to softening at elevated temperatures. In this respect, it is superior to the chromium hot work steels. In this respect, it is superior to the chromium hot work steels.

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USA ASTM H10, - Steel grades

This page cover the Mechanical Properties, Chemical Element, Cross Reference of USA ASTM H10 steel grade, Application Hot-Work Tool Steel,

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1.2365(H10, X32CrMoV3-3, SKD7) Hot-Work Mould Steel -

AISI H10 tool steel is one of the chrome hot work tool steels with excellent softening resistance at high temperatures. H10 tool steel can be heat treated to make it harder than tungsten hot work steel and has higher toughness.

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(PDF) Heat treatment of a hot-work die steel

Heat treatment of a hot-work die steel. PurposeThis paper reports results of in-house experimentation and an exhaustive literature search on heat treatment of H13 tool steel. Heat treatment strategy practiced by the industry is described in detail.

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Hot Work Tool Steel VS Cold Work Tool Steel - Special

Hot Work Tool Steel Hot working tool steel to make iron and nonferrous metals as well as hot forming of the workpiece at high temperature of the alloy derivative. They are used in the manufacture of pressure die casting, extrusion and forging, as well as in the process of pipe and glass manufacturing.

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H13 Tool Steel 1.2344 SKD61 Hot Work Steel - Otai

H13 Tool Steel is chromium hot work tool steels which are widely used in hot and cold work tooling applications. H13 tool steel is classified as group H steels by the AISI classification system. This series of steels start from H1 to H19. AISI H-13 tool steel is characterized byGood resistance to abrasion at both low and high temperatures

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Hubei Rising Technology Co..——Manufacturer of mold

AISI H10 Hot Work Die Steel. W.Nr. 1.2367 Hot Work Die Steel. AISI D2 Cold Work Tool Steel. AISI D5 Cold Work Tool Steel. AISI D6 Cold Work Tool Steel. AISI O1 Cold Work Tool Steel. DINW.Nr. 1.2085 Plastic Mold Steel. DINW.Nr. 1.2083 Plastic Mold Steel. W.Nr. 1.2316 Plastic Mold Steel.

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Precipitation Behavior of Carbides in H13 Hot Work Die

metals Article Precipitation Behavior of Carbides in H13 Hot Work Die Steel and Its Strengthening during Tempering Angang Ning 1, Wenwen Mao 2, Xichun Chen 3, Hanjie Guo 2,* and Jing Guo 2 1 School of Material Science and Engineering, Taiyuan University of Technology, Taiyuan 030024, China; [email protected]

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H10 / AISI H10 / DIN 1.2365 / SKD7 Die Steel and Tool

Hot Work Steel H10 is equivalent steel of DIN 2365; Great tempering resistance; Less susceptible for high hot cracking; Excellent thermal conductivity; High-temperature durability; Can be water-cooled to a constrained degree; APPLICATION. This tool steel is used for hot press and mandrels, press die inserts and forging die, remarkable hot metal die casting tools, die-casting moulds for non-ferrous

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H10 - Unisteel

H-10 is a chromium-molybdenum hot work steel that exhibits excellent resistance to softening at elevated temperatures. In this respect, it is superior to the chromium hot work steels. H-10 is capable of being heat treated to higher hardness than the tungsten hot work steels, and in addition offers greater toughness.

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H10 - Ellwood Specialty Metals Mexico

H-10 is a chromium-molybdenum hot work steel that exhibits excellent resistance to softening at elevated temperatures. In this respect, it is superior to the chromium hot work steels. H-10 is capable of being heat treated to higher hardness than the tungsten hot work steels, and in addition offers greater toughness.

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DB6/DIN 2714 H13/DIN 2344 Hot Work Tool Steel & Hot Die

HOT WORK TOOL STEEL (IND/USA/EUR) These hot die steels are compatible with heat. They are highly known for great wear resistance, heat conductivity, hardness and robustness at increased temperatures. These tool steels have enhanced features and prove highly useful due to

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SELECTION OF DIE MATERIALS AND SURFACE

Chromium hot work steels (H10, H11, H13, H14 and H19) are the most commonly used for forging applications. In general, chromium die steels retain their hardness upto 425 °C, tungsten hot work steels (H21 to H26) retain much of their hardness upto to 620°C.

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Tool Steel Scrap - H11, H13, D2, D3, DC53 Tool Steel Bar

Wholesaler of Tool Steel Scrap - H11, H13, D2, D3, DC53 Tool Steel Bar Type Scrap, D2KNL, S1, S2, S5, S7, T1, T2, T4, T5, T15, T42 Die Steel Bar Scrap, H10, H12, H21

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Hot Work Tool Steels_Hot Working Tool Steel_konsond

Hot work tool steels enable the hot-forming of work-pieces made of iron and non-ferrous metals as well as alloy derivatives at high temperatures. They are utilized in processes such as pressure die casting, extrusion and drop forging as well as in tube and glass manufacturing.

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