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Europe std materials to US convertion.
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Europe std materials to US convertion.

Europe std materials to US convertion.

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Can somebody tell me where can I find a convertion chart for Europe materials standards to American, for tool steel, CRS, Aluminum. as an example a foreing code 40CRMN08 = to 4340 English Equivalent or C35E = to 1018/1140 CRS.

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RE: Europe std materials to US convertion.

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C35E is not equivalent to SAE 1018 nor SAE 1140.  It is equivalent to SAE 1035.  Regarding conversions among various standards, this has been discussed a number of times on this site.  Check out the following thread:

thread330-93855

Also available from ASM International are Worldwide Guide to Equivalent Nonferrous Metals and Alloys, 4th Edition and Aluminiumschlüssel.

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