Hot Work Tool Steel, BÖHLER W ISOBLOC was developed as a tool steel for dies and punches in warm and hot forging. The steel can be used for a variety. In the Bohler UK, one of the most commonly used austenitising temperatures for tool steel processing is in the range – deg C. This corresponds with. An Assessment of Material Properties on Bohler W Isobloc for Hot Work Tool Steel. Author: F.T. Lee, Bohler-Uddeholm Ltd. | Document Download | Product.
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In the Bohler UK, one of the most commonly used austenitising temperatures for tool steel processing is in the range – deg C. Many forging companies now use w30 finite element system to model the stresses in the die during a blow. This allows the designer of the tool to select fillet radii which are suitable for the applied loads simply to avoid over stressing and causing a crack.
In order to do this, the proof stress or bohlef point of the die steel must be known and entered into the model prior to simulation. Bohler Edelstahl have reported that the optimum hardening temperature for W is deg C: In the laboratory they have obtained a proof strength of MPa using oil bouler and triple tempering at deg C to give HRC.
This report details the 3w60 of Boler UK BUK who have assessed the effect of austenitising at the lower temperature of deg C coupled with quenching in various different mediums ranging from the slowest; air cooling in still air, to quenching in nitrate salts.
This is equivalent to the speed of water quenching, but without the effects of a vapour blanket. The table of contents of the conference proceedings is generated automatically, so it can be incomplete, although all articles are available in the TIB.
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