i posted this before, but for some reason, i never saw it on the
looking for 1" by 100 ft of 0.014-0.016 with a Rc of 42 -47 .
its an old standard and i can't find this stuff anywhere.
i'd need paperwork, if possible.
the spec analysis is:
V .15 min
i figure that someone must have some... somewhere.
Google Groups: sci.engr.metallurgy
AMS6455 help. Folks, I'm pulling my hair out trying to find a specific alloy,
whether its a sheet or a one inch wide slitted roll of
any length. ...
groups.google.com/group/sci.engr.metallurgy - 56k - Cached - Similar pages
Steel, Sheet, Strip, and Plate 0.95cr 0.22v (0.48-0.53c) (SAE 6150)
Document Number:, AMS6455. Revision Number:, H. Date Published:, July 2001.
Title: Steel, Sheet, Strip, and Plate 0.95cr 0.22v
(0.48-0.53c) (SAE 6150) ...
www.sae.org/technical/standards/AMS6455H - 25k - Cached - Similar pages
6150, AMS6455. 8735, AMS6357. 8740, AMS6358. AERMET 100, AMS6532, AMS6532,
AMS-6532. 17-22A, AMS6385, 6436. X200, AMS6406. H-11,
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Aeronautical Systems Center - Engineering Directorate
SAE-AMS6455, STEEL, SHEET, STRIP, AND PLATE 0.95CR - 0.22V (0.48 - 0.53C) (SAE
6150), 3/17/1989, IS, 9515, ADOPTION NOTICE 17 MAR
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Maybe one of the two companies has it.
Martin H. Eastburn
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On Thu, 15 Jun 2006 19:23:23 -0500, "Martin H. Eastburn"
I KNEW my original post was out there, somewhere.
this is just the sae standard
yeah. i went to them and they "no quoted" me. this is when i
realized that i was up a creek without a paddle.
the Wright Patterson AFB engineering standard
i appreciate the effort, but these are avenues i've pursued.
say.... on the SAE standard, are they saying that SAE6150 is the SAE
equivalent to tthe AMS material?.....this could be really helpful...
off to google!
WAHOOOOOO! SOURCES EXIST!!!!!
SAE6150 is REALLY close. the P value is tightened over the AMS6455.
the Si value is a little looser than the AMS number. there are at
least two supppliers of 6150. as long as their Si analysis figure
falls in line with 6455, i'm golden.
thanks for making me look again Martin.
For anyone that cares, all i ever found were dead ends.
In an amazing coincidence, another part that we had records on listed
the SAE 6150 material, and included a source.
Sure enough, they had it. I need about 100 pounds, and the minimum
buy is 1500 pounds... close enough. I'll take it!
The source is Elliot Bros
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