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How about a blog on Heat Treating Recipes? As well as the Rockwell hardness you get for the same.

Here are some of the steels I use. Always looking for new Heat Treat recipes. Been at this a while if you need on let me know. the picture is a sample of what I do. The balance can be seen on FB at Mongrel Knives. Hope I am not violating any rules here still trying to navigate the site. Ken

440 C

154 CM

CPM 154 CM

CPM S30 VN

CPM S35 V

AEB-L

NITRO-V

Very occasionally a non stainless. I do Gun shows to sell my knives and just go tired of polishing off finger prints all the time. So add 1095, 1085, 1075 a few others. Come on makers chime on in. If your not a maker and want to know about HT process chime in as well. Thanks Ken

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Comment by Robert Venable on November 18, 2019 at 23:09

Ken, I am using cpm 154 and AEB-L for kitchen knives mostly.

What is your recipe for AEB-L, and what Rockwell hardness are you getting?

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