I have some stainless steel 17-7 PH that is currently in condition C. So now I need to heat it to condition CH. I'm wondering if I could use one of the mini melting furnaces noted below. The part will fit in there, the furnace is cheap and I only need a few parts. The 17-7 needs 900 degrees F for 1 hour so I think in theory this will work. My concern is that flatness will be compromised or it'll age unevenly. Is this a good idea or bad idea? I've not tried to heat PH stainless before and I'm not sure what would be cheap and effective. Regards. Ant.
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