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Tempered mould steel with improved quenching and tempering properties, good machinability, polishable, weldable and can be textured. This grade offers substantial improvements, especially for building larger and complex moulds. Specific modifications of the grade's components as well as additional smelting and secondary metallurgy ensure Formadur® 320's outstanding properties. We recommend the use of Formadur® 320 Superclean (ESR) for the highest demands.
This material data has been provided by Deutsche Edelstahlwerke Specialty Steel (DEW).
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As Formadur 320 with highest demands on polishability
Soft annealing: 710-740°C (Cooling in furnace) - Hardening: 820-850°C and quenching in oil or polymer
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