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    Thank you for the reply, but I should have...

    Thank you for the reply, but I should have clarified our need. We need to sort 1500 parts, so a handheld device would make that so much easier.
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    Non-destructive measurement of case depth

    Has anyone had any success using ultrasonic (ASTM A1038) or Leeb hardness (ASTM A956) measurements for case hardened steel? Not just the hardness measurements, but we're looking for an...
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    This is 1mm (.039 in.) thick stock, so the case...

    This is 1mm (.039 in.) thick stock, so the case depth is .001-.0015 which gives a very hard wear surface while retaining a softer core. Through hardening is not possible in the 1018 material, and a...
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    ...PS - Does someone know of a good resource that...

    ...PS - Does someone know of a good resource that explains the difference in all these processes?

    Thanks again.
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    Thanks to everyone for the feedback, but please...

    Thanks to everyone for the feedback, but please keep in mind:

    1) The matte finish parts which are spec'd at nitrocarburize 51-64 R15N have worked successfully. Yes, there are holes near the...
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    Here's a couple of pix - the first showing what...

    Here's a couple of pix - the first showing what should be adequate bends for 1018, and the second showing the difference in glossy vs. matte finish. The matte parts didn't have problems, and the...
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    Case hardening steel processes

    Im looking for some help with case hardened sheetmetal parts. We have some failed sheet metal parts 1mm thick C-1018 steel that have cracked in the corners, and I suspect a change in the...
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