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Old 03-04-2005, 09:26 PM
PbRb PbRb is offline
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Thumbs up best of the best for knives

im looking for Beryllium Copper,ASTM B I97 any one?good stuff for knife. (98 per cent copper,2 per cent beryllium)if you know the comp.snd me an email.


Inconel (78 per cent nickel,14 per cent chromium,7 per cent iron) any one? this one,another good stuff for knives.
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Old 03-05-2005, 10:01 AM
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Beryllium is very poisonous, I'd go with the inconel instead personally.

~Andrew W. "NT Cough'n Monkey" Petkus
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Old 03-05-2005, 11:07 AM
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Thanks' good thing to know.ops

What about the inconel or inconel X, any places ?

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Old 03-05-2005, 06:52 PM
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Ummmm 8o ...Ok..I'll ask the silly question.

What is it you wanted to do with the Inconel..., and/or Beryllium Copper Pb??? I understood your post to mean for handle use....Yes?? No???

Since I don't know you personally..., I'm not sure where you're headed with the idea.., but unless you are a machinist yourself.., and have access to some Hellacious milling equipment..., I'd certainly stay away from either of those materials.

Both require some serious hardware to get the job done.., and they are also quite expensive for "trials runs"....

Pete Johnston ~~>

"There is no greater wisdom.., than [KINDNESS]"

"Hunters seek what they [WANT].., Seekers hunt what they [NEED]"
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Old 03-06-2005, 12:24 PM
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Inconel or Inconel X

I meet a good friend at the knife show last month and he started collecting these hardware. I am thinking to get this inconel or inconel x, so I can give it to him. I am sure he has a friend who's a machinist that can do it for him. If you know a place to get this stuff, let me know.
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