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Premium 6150 Spring Steel

This high-performance 6150 spring steel was formulated with forging and quenching in mind. This particular blend is used for making parts capable of reliably absorbing while also re-exerting force. Out of the box it’s ready to be cut, drilled and hammered or ground into shape!

The 6150 (51CrV4) grade is perfectly suited for knife blades as well as hand made blacksmithing tools such as chisels, punches and more. This spring steel likes to be worked by hammer at higher temps.

The elasticity of spring steel plays an important role in the functionality of knife blades and choppers. It determines how much force the blade is able to absorb without being permanently deformed.

The qualities of this steel make it quite desirable when making blades that need to be very tough. This steel can handle much more abuse than most readily available steels can withstand and the 6150 just shrugs it off. Working with 6150 is similar to what you’re used to with 5160. You will also find the slightly higher chromium along with a nice smooth finish goes a long way toward preventing corrosion down the road.

The addition of vanadium means a finer grain structure and as a result you’ll have a tougher finished blade. If you’re a fan of 5160 and you’re into tough durable blades and choppers you’re going to love 6150.

**Sharp Edge Advisory** Expect steel to have sharp sheared edges. Use caution. Wear gloves. Handle with care.

Located in North Western Pennsylvania. Your order will be cut, carefully packaged and shipped within 24 hours. Many suppliers have recently raised prices and shipping cost, we still deliver high quality 6150 steel at an incredible savings with super reasonable shipping rates.

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Learn more about forging and finishing a 6150 blade! Visit the Info & Heat Treat page.

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