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What are the properties of ABS1H free cutting steel?

What are the properties of ABS1H free cutting steel?

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Some one know what are the mechanical and chemical properties to ABS1H free cutting steel ?

RE: What are the properties of ABS1H free cutting steel?

Try matweb.com

I haven't looked for yours, but if you search wisely, leaving out letters, i.e. ABS*H, etc. you might find something even if it isn't exactly named the same way.

Good luck

RE: What are the properties of ABS1H free cutting steel?

Free Cutting likely means that its been resulphurized/phosphorized/leaded to promote chip breaking and other machining qualities.

These types of steel are not always the best in strength, ductility, or toughness, and definately not good at all in fatigue.

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