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A1011 grade 36 vs A36

A1011 grade 36 vs A36

A1011 grade 36 vs A36

I am looking for printable info that compares A1011 to A36.
Any info would help.

RE: A1011 grade 36 vs A36

Obviously the bottom line information would be for you to simply buy from ASTM each of the two standards.
Basically they are identical except A1011 covers steel thicknesses up to 0.230" and A36 covers steel thicknesses above that point.  A1011 is viewed as a sheet steel while A36 is viewed as plate.

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