Made from third generation powder metal technology, the M390 blade steel is specifically developed to have increased resistance to corrosion and damage from wear and tear.
– Superior corrosion resistance
– Achieve mirror-like polish
– Great edge retention capabilities
Often referred to as “Crucible Particle Metallurgy” steel due to its niobium content, D2 steels are characterized by showing little distortion after hardening and adequate durability.
– Holds its edge longer and better
– Easy to form and shape
– Provides good resistance to corrosion
Originating from Bohler in Austria, the N690 steel has slightly more cobalt and vanadium than other steels, giving it greater durability and resistance to corrosion.
– Proven to have extremely sharp edges
– Improved corrosion resistance
– Has greater toughness than most steel types
Popular steel among knife makers, the 154CM Stainless steel sports high durability due to its chromium and molybdenum contents and increased wear resistance.
– Easy to use and form
– Greater resistance to rust and corrosion
– Retains sharpness better than most steels
Considered as a softer steel compared to most steel types, the Sweden Sandvik 14C28N steel compound contains little carbon but lends itself well to sharpening
– Easy to sharpen
– Adequate corrosion resistance
– Tough and retains shape
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