Dagger and scabbard, India 1800-75. Medium: watered crucible steel, gold, ivory, wood, velvet, diamonds.....
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Dagger and scabbard, India, 1800-75. Medium: Watered crucible steel, gold, ivory, wood, velvet, diamonds.
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OC about Crucible steels I thought of the other day
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Two forms of historical "Damascus Steel" formed by pattern welding, and crucible metallurgy
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Total noob here; built a furnace with steel bucket and firebricks, and I want to use a graphite crucible, so I want to switch to propane. Would a burner like this be worth it? (Just looking for the cost-effective option bc I’m a poor college student)
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My 28 pound Wilkinson anvil forged in England around 1840. It's interesting to be able to see the grain in the wrought iron and and crucible steel, lots of visible forge welds too. It is very rough and imperfect, has a ton of character from being forged. Neat insight into how anvils used to be made. reddit.com/gallery/lhg9ef
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My 28 pound Wilkinson anvil. This was forged in Enland sometime around the mid 1800s, judging by the style. It is very roughly forged and the forge weld lines from the pieces of wrought iron and crucible steel it's made from are very visible, which I find really interesting to look at. reddit.com/gallery/lcvnkl
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First time making crucible steel, made this knife as a test piece
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Crucible for steel melting

Hello all, i wanted to ask if there are crucibles that reliabily hold steel, i'm considering going into it since its an amazing hobby but i can't figure out what i should use, most of the scrap metal available where i live is high carbon so i need high temps, does graphite work? And if i wanted longevity, what should i get? Thanks

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β–ͺ︎Dagger and scabbard, Media: Watered crucible steel, gold, ivory, velvet, diamonds. India, 1800-75. Royal Trust, UK. (1920x1280)
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Need some forged steel? Too expensive or you don't have a crucible? Wrench these items for some steel! v.redd.it/05eu2a39ys551
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TIL of Wootz steel that was produced in South India by about 6th century BC & exported globally & was regarded as the finest steel at that time. Large-scale production used crucibles and carbon sources, the pioneering precursor to modern steel production and metallurgy. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ste…
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Antique 'Dankre' 180 crucible steel cleaver! Given to me by my granddad all rusted up, I brought it back and am really liking how it turned out! reddit.com/gallery/jgxcul
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Persian Shamshir, signed Assad Allah al Isfahani. Made during the reign of Shah Abbas, circa 1600. Crucible Steel, Gold, and Horn. [OC][7641x4244]
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[7641x4244] Persian Shamshir, signed Assad Allah al Isfahani. Made during the reign of Shah Abbas, circa 1600. Crucible Steel, Gold, and Horn. /r/ArtefactPorn
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Spyderco Manix 2 XL Black G-10 Knife Crucible Industries CPM S30V Steel
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Burned through a steel fire extinguisher crucible, not sure what I created

I was melting metal aluminum shavings from a CNC mill. I burned it all so it was almost all molten. I then added a salt flux to remove some of the slag from the molten aluminum. Before I knew it my foundry was getting exponentially hotter. I created a white powdery substance that stuck to the sides of the foundry.

In the end, it burned through the ENTIRE bottom of my crucible AND a hole in the side.

Did I somehow create thermite?? or what did I create when I added salt that made it burn through steel?

https://imgur.com/6HgMXFj

https://imgur.com/wGcK13G

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Conan's Sword - Once Upon a Time... I made this sword from crucible steel for a show that ended up on Netflix called Super Fan Builds. It was a fun build and I'm proud of the results.
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TIL of Wootz steel that was produced in South India by about 6th century BC & exported globally & was regarded as the finest steel at that time. Large-scale production used crucibles and carbon sources, the pioneering precursor to modern steel production and metallurgy. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ste…
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Archaeologists discover some Chromium Crucible Steel that was first made in Persia as early as the 11th century. sci-news.com/archaeology/…
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TIL: In the Viking period, Ulfberht swords were made of crucible (very pure) steel all the way from India. The exceptional quality of this steel made them so valuable that forgers faked the name Ulfberht on lower-quality swords, the equivalent of a fake designer logo. steffmetal.com/metal-hist…
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ELI5: How are the giant crucibles that are used to make and move molten steel and iron manufactured?

How do they, and the furnaces, not bend and melt?

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Persian Shamshir, signed Assad Allah al Isfahani. Made during the reign of Shah Abbas, circa 1600. Crucible Steel, Gold, and Horn. imgur.com/a/QelTTTu
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Persian Shamshir, signed Assad Allah al Isfahani. Made during the reign of Shah Abbas, circa 1600. Crucible Steel, Gold, and Horn. imgur.com/a/QelTTTu
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Do steel crucibles really contaminate aluminium?

I've heard that when you use iron/steel crucibles for melting aluminium it could contaminate the alloy. Does anyone know to what extent this is true, or maybe have an article on it somewhere?

I know that clay graphite crucibles are cheap, the only reason I would want to use a steel one is that I can make them custom sizes and more importantly put holes and handles on them to my pleasing.

Thanks in advance for any input!

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Dagger and scabbard, Media: Watered crucible steel, gold, ivory, velvet, diamonds. India, 1800-75. Royal Trust, UK. (1920x1280)
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No more Crucible Knights quest after I completed winds of steel

So, after you deal with the things in the keep you report to commander Clyver, after which no more quests are given by him or any of the other people. I completed the missing sentries side quest, the only other one offered already. Is this Normal? Also I can’t ask about the Battle of Yernwood field. I did no other faction quests except for returning the spark to Fryga and the Hermit of Hadret House, which I started after the problem, and it’s a main quest so it shouldn’t matter

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[7641x4244] Persian Shamshir, signed Assad Allah al Isfahani. Made during the reign of Shah Abbas, circa 1600. Crucible Steel, Gold, and Horn. /r/ArtefactPorn
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New Steel - Crucible S45VN

Crucible and Niagara have just announced a new stainless powder metallurgy steel – S45VN. I was able to get a bar of it early to do a range of experiments on it including hardness, corrosion resistance, and toughness. I have a recommendation on how to best heat treat it too. How does it compare to the existing stainless knife steels? https://knifesteelnerds.com/2019/11/01/crucible-s45vn-steel/

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I got this rusty vintage tomahawk off eBay cleaned it and made an oak handle. I'm looking for any info on it so far I've been told its French and that the stamp means "crucible steel" in French ... Anyone else know any more?
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A well researched video on crucible steel blades, by subject matter expert Manouchehr Moshtagh Khorasani youtube.com/watch?v=nwMfh…
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Witchers Silver Swords, but in Real Life - historical Bukhara crucible steel was purified using silver youtu.be/H3R1qSaQaII
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An antique Persian Shamshir (sabre) signed by Assad Allah, swordsmith, active ~1587-1628. Pulad crucible steel. (With measurements)[OC]
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Real Life Silver Swords - historical crucible steel from Bukhara use silver to purify steel. youtu.be/H3R1qSaQaII
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TIL that during WWII 15% of the steel production in the US--180 tons an hour--went across the Hot Metal Bridge--as molten steel in huge crucibles built into special rail cars. http://old.post-gazette.com/regionstate/20000624HotHistory8.asp
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Water bottle being thrown into molten steel crucible
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This Soviet stainless steel model of a crucible given to my grandfather upon his retirement. 1 of 5 made (at the time), including one presented to Brezhnev.
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Talwar (87.0 x 12.2 x 7.5 cm), India 18/19th c. Forged entirely of watered crucible steel. The blade had a very fine dark watered pattern and is inlaid with gold with a dedication in Persian to the Prince of Wales from Maharaja Mangal Singh of Alwar[2000x846]
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Is there a way to get steel without raiding for the initial 25 needed to research crucible steel?

I'm going to hold off on any raids and do more research to see if steel shows up as buyable or smeltable somehow before I'm forced to raid for it. It probably doesn't matter anyway, but I'm just curious.

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TIL that during WWII 15% of the steel production in the US--180 tons an hour--went across the Hot Metal Bridge in Pittsburgh--as molten steel in huge crucibles built into special rail cars. old.post-gazette.com/regi…
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Water bottle thrown into molten steel crucible. gfycat.com/WeeklyEvergree…
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New Steel - Crucible S45VN

Crucible and Niagara have just announced a new stainless powder metallurgy steel – S45VN. I was able to get a bar of it early to do a range of experiments on it including hardness, corrosion resistance, and toughness. I have a recommendation on how to best heat treat it too. How does it compare to the existing stainless knife steels? https://knifesteelnerds.com/2019/11/01/crucible-s45vn-steel/

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New Steel - Crucible S45VN

Crucible and Niagara have just announced a new stainless powder metallurgy steel – S45VN. I was able to get a bar of it early to do a range of experiments on it including hardness, corrosion resistance, and toughness. I have a recommendation on how to best heat treat it too. How does it compare to the existing stainless knife steels? https://knifesteelnerds.com/2019/11/01/crucible-s45vn-steel/

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New Steel - Crucible S45VN

Crucible and Niagara have just announced a new stainless powder metallurgy steel – S45VN. I was able to get a bar of it early to do a range of experiments on it including hardness, corrosion resistance, and toughness. I have a recommendation on how to best heat treat it too. How does it compare to the existing stainless knife steels? https://knifesteelnerds.com/2019/11/01/crucible-s45vn-steel/

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