BS BD 6: Cold work steel with maximum wear resistance and cutting power (for plates: thickness up to 4 mm). Full hardenability, good dimensional stability, but medium toughness. Due to its tungsten content this steel grade has a higher tempering resistance and higher wear permanence compared to BS BD 3. Working hardness: 59-63 HRC.
BS BD 6: Blanking tools, stamping tools, embossing tools, scraping tools, trimming tools, woodworking tools, drawing tools, press tools, stone moulds, sintered tools, machine knives, hammer cores, ring rollers, thread rolling dies, plastic moulds.
|C||2||up to||23||Ni||-||up to||-|
|Si||01||up to||04||V||-||up to||-|
|Mn||03||up to||06||W||06||up to||08|
|P||-||up to||003||Cu||-||up to||-|
|S||-||up to||003||N||-||up to||-|
|Cr||11||up to||13||Ti||-||up to||-|
|Mo||-||up to||-||Co||-||up to||-|
Data given should to be taken as a guideline value.
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