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ETG 100 -- what is it?

ETG 100 -- what is it?

ETG 100 -- what is it?


My company is investigating a part made from "ETG 100, a free cutting steel". We have tried to look up its material properties, but can't find the specs for it anywhere. The best clue that we have is that it might be a European name (the manufacturer is German), and any reference sources we have are American standards. The manufacturer is something of a competitor, and hence not too interested in helping us out

If anybody's ever heard of ETG steels, or knows of an resource (online or otherwise!) that might be thorough enough to include it, I'd really appreciate the help! Thank you,

Erica P.

RE: ETG 100 -- what is it?

Exactly what we needed!!! Thanks SO much for the help!

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