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Old 10-13-2017, 07:49 PM
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Real "Got ya" moment for you wasnt it? Do you think if i cut & paste something it would have such an obvious typo in it? I made a typing error, thankyou for bringing it to my attention!

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57 total post's and your calling me a troll ?

Look dumbass, I work with steel every day of my life, I know it's compositions,
how to work it, what load's it can take, (allowable & ultimate's), charpy numbers and what they mean, etc.

And I've been here on this forum for years, I ain't no troll.

And your spreading blatant false information, your answer was not "a typo" I asked twice,
because you kept changing it, every time I asked.

Go to hell troll.

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Old 10-13-2017, 08:29 PM
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57 total post's and your calling me a troll ?

Look dumbass, I work with steel every day of my life, I know it's compositions,
how to work it, what load's it can take, (allowable & ultimate's), charpy numbers and what they mean, etc.

And I've been here on this forum for years, I ain't no troll.

And your spreading blatant false information, your answer was not "a typo" I asked twice,
because you kept changing it, every time I asked.

Go to hell troll.
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Old 10-13-2017, 08:53 PM
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Damn!! That escalated quickly!!
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Old 10-13-2017, 09:02 PM
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Damn!! That escalated quickly!!
And quite unnecessarily.
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If you can find a piece of an old bed frame or T-post, it may well be rerolled rail steel. Jersey Shore up in PA makes a lot of stuff from old high carbon rails.
Boy would that be nice.. Lot of that stuff is just made from scrap.. A36 while it has a lot of usefulness I do declare it is finicky and has a tendency to get stress fractures while forging it..

Rail road rail has a lot of mag in it and work harden.. If a section of it could be melted into 4 or 500 lbs it would make a nice anvil once it had a few thousand of something hot forged on it.. Or a couple hundred cold worked on it..
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Old 10-14-2017, 06:02 PM
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Jenn, here's a video from Jersey Shore Steel. http://www.jssteel.com/take-virtual-...y-shore-steel/

Rail steel isn't particularly fancy, but decent stuff when done right.

I swear I saw a picture of Obama visiting Jersey Shore Steel awhile back. It was in the area where a machinist was truing up some mill rolls.
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