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Old 08-19-2009, 10:23 PM
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bank vault door steel help

HEY GUYS NEED SOME HELP TOOK DOWN A BANK AT WORK AND GOT THE VAULT DOOR ITS FROM "THE REMINGTON CO. LOS ANGELES CA," VAULT DOOR 6 FOOT TALL BY 5FOOT WIDE GOT TO THE INSIDES AND TOOK THE PINS LOOK LIKE SS 2" X12-15" L RODS AND THE PLATES ARE 6' by 5" wide looks like SS got 20 rods and two big plates 5/8 thick and 20 or so small plates same thickness does anybody know how to tell what i got?. spark test on plates are some stars some dull sparks .what does SS spark like and can i mix with what to make damascus in SS if it SS still have the rest of the vault door to get to big copper plate then looks like SS plate 5'x6' 1/8 thick below it and all bolts look like SS can i press them down and make billets from them anybody know about vault doors help please
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Old 08-20-2009, 09:37 AM
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You might consider calling the vault company and asking them what kind of steel they use.
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