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HOw to find info on JIS and US metal grades and standards

HOw to find info on JIS and US metal grades and standards

HOw to find info on JIS and US metal grades and standards

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I am looking for info in a spreadsheet or some other easy to read fomart to quickly compare Japanese made metals and US made metals.

RE: HOw to find info on JIS and US metal grades and standards

There are great Specification Cross references listed on About.com

http://metals.about.com

It helps me every time.

RE: HOw to find info on JIS and US metal grades and standards

I don't know if this would help you "quickly".  I have a book that lists the JIS types of steel and the American counterpart in AISI format.

The name of the book is Engineering Properties of Steel by the American Society of Metals.

I do not know of a spreadsheet that lists the different types.

You can also try www.matweb.com for cross referencing.

ksuengrng

RE: HOw to find info on JIS and US metal grades and standards

There is some free basic info at this address

http://www.metricmetal.com/reference.htm

Download the metric metal reference guide
check out pages 36 and 37

RE: HOw to find info on JIS and US metal grades and standards

Hello,

Go to CASTI Publishing (casti-publishing.com) and check out their "BLACK BOOK" and other publications.

Regards, John.

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