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Old 08-04-2019, 11:01 AM
Rasmus Kristens Rasmus Kristens is offline
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sawblade. How to work and ht?

Hi guys

I just got a hold of this beauty:


Its 0,12" thick and 25" in diameter.

There are no marking on the blade and its possible to file it down.

How should i go about using this steel? Should i anneal if first before working it?
Should i HT as "normal" 3 normalization cycles and then try to see which hardness I get when quenchin around nonmagnetic?

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