I have just started on with the knife making business. I have pretty good employees who do a hell of a job in making a knife. Because of this, we have already got many contracts including one overseas contract. We currently forge most kinds of a knife, including forged iron, steel, stainless steel. We are getting a lot of contracts in making knives forged of stainless steel including high-temperature alloys. But we are never able to achieve 100% perfection in that. Could you guys please suggest any ways to improve, like the forge you use, or the kind of heat treatment you use? Has anyone worked with INCONEL varieties, and AM455? Could you spare a few minutes to suggest things to look out for while working with them? Thank you.