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Thread: Elmax heat treat question

  1. #11
    Join Date
    May 2017
    Location
    Valdosta, ga
    Posts
    7
    There's no problem with peters. that's not what I was saying. The problem is I haven't been doing my own ht and was just asking for a little help. I have read the data sheets. Just looking for something a little more specific. There's absolutely nothing wrong with using peters that's just not the direction I want to go anymore

  2. #12
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    Central Louisiana (Pollock)
    Posts
    1,448
    Use the data sheets as a guide, experiment with temps. & times, keep good records/notes, & test your blades. Your tests should be in line with the use of a particular style/type of knife. It is very important to only change one variable at a time so you'll know what made the difference. Have fun and good luck.

    Darrin Sanders
    190 Alma Drive
    Pollock, LA 71467


    318-233-0636

    darrinsanders8666@gmail.com

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