Tempering is most often performed on steel that has been heated above its upper
critical (A3) temperature and then quickly ...
Hardening is a way of making the knife steel harder. By first heating the knife
steel to between 1050 and 1090°C (1922 and 1994°F) and then quickly cooling ...
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After quenching, the steel is very brittle. The brittleness (and hardness) is
reduced by a heat treatment called "tempering". Tempering is a specialized type
PDF FILE - CLICK HERE FOR PRINTABLE WORKSHEET. Steel can be treated
by intense heat to give it different properties of hardness and softness.
Jan 31, 2011 ... That's often the hardest part: what steel have I got here? And, which ... Temper as
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Heat treating FAQs from the anvilfire forum archives. Hardening and Tempering.
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Steel parts often require a heat treatment to obtain improved mechanical
properties, such as increasing increase hardness or strength. The hardening
The tempering of steel tools consists of two processes: First, hardening by
heating, then suddenly chilling; and, second, "drawing the temper" or softening