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    Hot Rolled Plate

    It seems US steel mills no longer supply 1020 HRS; everyone thinks we should use A36.

    I'm designing a machine base weldment, not a bridge! Can anyone out there recommend something a bit less springy than structural iron?

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    44w

    Widely used around here for anything and everything

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    From Answers.com: "44W is the Canadian version of America's A36. 44W is also listed as CSA-G40.21."

    Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_di...#ixzz21dEx9GAl

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    Yes, and we do have A36 available also here so I figured out 44w might be available in the US.

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