100C6 / AISI 52100 / 1.2067
DNH7 - XC75 / 1075 / 1.1248
Produced in France by the "Acieries de Bonpertuis", DNH7 is the brand of our 1075 carbon steel when it is hot rolled. The chemical analysis is the same than for the cold rolled version but this way to produce it allow to get thicker dimensions. The 1075 steel is one of the most commonly...
|Hardness after tempering||61 (HRC)|
|Quenching temperature||800 C°|
Produced in France by the "Acieries de Bonpertuis", DNH7 is the brand of our 1075 carbon steel when it is hot rolled. The chemical analysis is the same than for the cold rolled version but this way to produce it allow to get thicker dimensions. The 1075 steel is one of the most commonly used grade in knifemaking. Composed by 0,75% of carbon, it reaches a decent hardnes as well as keeping a good toughess. Quite easy to work, this simple steel is a very good value for money therefor, quite appropriate for beginners who will manage to get a nice cutting edge without too many difficulties. With the proper heat treatment, the 1075 will get a fine grain and an easy-to-maintain cutting edge. This grade suits a lot of different types of knives : folders, hunting knives, EDC, swords... It can also be used to forge handtools.
Quite simple to weld, the 1075 (also called XC75) is very often used to make damascus billets. Together with 15N20 which features the same carbon content, it will give a nice contrast to your different patterns.
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