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Specification Clear step on gray scale 3rd step, clear
Dot reproduction(%) 2-98%
Micro-line(impression) 6-12
Pressrun(impression) ≥50,000
Storage condition Temp:10-30℃, RH:Rh≤65%,
Conditions Dilution ratio GD-II : water=1:4(machine)
Developing Temp(℃) 21-25
Developing Time(S) 30-45
Contamination removal Retouching paste: 40s
Retouching solution: 10s
Gumming A even, thin coating, 20ml/㎡
Baking Normally unnecessary, if need
Oven-type: 240℃,4-5mins
Moving-type: 260℃,3-4mins

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Q:Why is brass ammo considered superior to steel cased ammo?
When 9mm was short I bought some steel Tula ammo, it was cheap and available. When at the range I was shooting it and it sounded different and felt different, way less kick. So I loaded up a mix of Tula and some Federal. Big difference between them. I also had failure to eject on the steel, then put brass in and did not have that problem. I do not buy cheap steel ammo anymore.
Q:knife made of 304 stainless steel?
just because something is made out of 304 stainless steel does not make it tougher than carbon steel. Stainless steel includes other elements such as chromium. 304 stainless cannot be hardened by heat treatment.
Q:Nylon or steel......?
Steel string 4 playing wid plectrum, nylon 4 finger style playing
Q:Finger picking on Steel acoustic guitar?
I've seen people put the guitar on a table and pick it that way. This is fairly common method in playing Bluegrass and country songs. There are finger picks that are used. These are finger rings with claws.
Q:What's a steel guitar?
Different If you just like the sound, take a serious look into slide guitar, not the same, but seriously tasty.
Q:Is stainless steel stainless all the way through?
Stainless steel knives, sinks, etc.may or may not be stainless steel all the way through. The question arises however, what Quality of stainless steel? For steel to be highly rust resistant, a minimum of 12% chromium must be added to the iron along with carbon (for hardness). Good food-grade stainless also is likely to contain nickel, niobium, molybdenum, and/or titanium. Victorinox has a pretty good reputation to protect so I would expect your blade is still stainless. Some good old American brand names however have been sold to marketers who outsource manufacturing to China and scrimp on the chromium and nickle content in their stainless products. That is why you can spend $50 at Lowes for a stainless steel barbeque tool set of fork, tongs, lifter etc and find them spotted with rust within a few months.
Q:Are a guys balls really made out of steel?
Yes, sometimes the steel is hot, and sometimes it is cold. The important thing is that both of you know what you are talking about and focus to the specific thing. If the steel ball is hot all the times, then it is the time to pack your things and to consider to find another balls. Conclusion: your guys balls are not made of *real* steels. Hope it is helpful. PS. If you lick steels, it has metallic taste.
Q:Damascus steel knife?
So, there isn't a good answer to your question, because Damascus doesn't describe the actual materials properties of the steel, rather the mechanical construct of the steel. For example: A very common Damascus steel is to layer L6 with 1080 high carbon steel and forge weld the layers together to make a blank, anneal it, then grind it into your blade and heat treat it. (Massive over simplification) That type of Damascus steel is going to be a bit softer than one of the super high carbon exotics, but will be tougher in terms of ability to flex without taking a set, and not chipping out if the edge hits something hard. (assuming it is heat treated well) - edge between RC56 - 58 typically. Another common Damascus steel is layers of VG-10 steel and VG-1 steel also welded together, with the billet then annealed, ground, and heat treated. In this case, because you are using stainless steels you will get a much harder edge - RC 60 - 62 typically. It will have better toughness than plain VG-10, but certainly nowhere near what you can get out of L6 or 52100 or something of that sort. Generally, for a bushcraft knife you typically want something like the first type of Damascus because you are looking for a more all purpose tool, and typically a larger knife. The only problem is that in the bush the first types of steel typically rust. The second type is made up of stain resistant steels and will hold up better. So, this brings me around to - why exactly do you want a Damascus blade on your knife? Are you already looking at one you like? Thinkingblade
Q:Can I make a homemade blacksmith forge from an old stainless steel washing machine drum?
This Site Might Help You. RE: Can I make a homemade blacksmith forge from an old stainless steel washing machine drum? Is it possible to make a homemade blacksmith forge from a washing machine drum made of stainless steel?
Q:Can you WELD STEEL to ALUMINUM? How much heavier/stronger is STEEL?
I can't weld steel to aluminum, and generally speaking I'd say the answer is no, however, there are some special procedures that can make a metallic bond between steel and aluminum, it can be done with explosive welding. A lot of multi-ply cookware is made with aluminum sandwiched between stainless steel, there is so much of it that I imagine there is another way besides explosives, but I don't know what. In any case it is not a normal workshop procedure. Steel is often considerably easier to weld, but it depends on the alloy. some steels are difficult to weld and some aluminum alloys are fairly easy, but on the average steel is easier. as far as brittle/ flexible it again depend on the alloy, some steels are less brittle than some aluminum alloys and the other way around. Steel does have a higher modulus of elasticity, so for a given size steel is stiffer, but that is for elastic deformation, for plastic deformation steel often has a higher yield strength, but some of the more exotic aluminum alloys can be stronger than low grades of steel.

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