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A Report on
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(Steel X153CrMoV12 (1.2379))
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Introduction:
Steel X153CrMoV12 (1.2379) is a cold worked high carbon chromium molybdenum vanadium
tool steel with good dimensional stability, toughness, and hardenability. It’s simple to do extra
nitriding and surface coating because of the secondary hardening qualities. High chromium
improves wear resistance and toughness while also contributing to corrosion resistance;
vanadium improves hardenability by giving steel a finer grain structure and preventing
excessive grain growth; and molybdenum improves heat resistance and hardenability while
also improving corrosion and wear resistance.
Round, flat, plate, and block forms of fully annealed X153CrMoV12 are available. As one-off
or chopped sections, diameters can be sawn to length. Square and rectangular parts can be sawn
to your exact specifications from flat or block material. Ground tool steel bar can be provided,
resulting in a high quality precision ground bar with tight tolerances.
Figure 1: Steel X153CrMoV12 (1.2379)
Features and Classifications:
Hot-work dies are classified as hammer forging, die forging, extrusion, and die casting, with
hot forging die, press machine forging die, stamping die, hot-extrusion die, and metal die-
casting mould being the most common. Heat distortion molds can withstand not only high
mechanical but also high thermal stress when used frequently. Hot-work die steel should have
high hardness, red hardness, abrasion resistance, and toughness, as well as outstanding high
temperature strength, thermal fatigue stability, thermal conductivity, and upper hardenability
to ensure a consistent mechanical property across the entire cross section.

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A Report on Material Science (Steel X153CrMoV12 (1.2379)) Submitted by: Submitted to: Date: Introduction: Steel X153CrMoV12 (1.2379) is a cold worked high carbon chromium molybdenum vanadium tool steel with good dimensional stability, toughness, and hardenability. It’s simple to do extra nitriding and surface coating because of the secondary hardening qualities. High chromium improves wear resistance and toughness while also contributing to corrosion resistance; vanadium improves hardenability by giving steel a finer grain structure and preventing excessive grain growth; and molybdenum improves heat resistance and hardenability while also improving corrosion and wear resistance. Round, flat, plate, and block forms of fully annealed X153CrMoV12 are available. As one-off or chopped sections, diameters can be sawn to length. Square and rectangular parts can be sawn to your exact specifications from flat or block material. Ground tool steel bar can be provided, resulting in a high quality precision ground bar with tight tolerances. Figure 1: Steel X153CrMoV12 (1.2379) Features and Classifications: Hot-work dies are classified as hammer forging, die forging, extrusion, and die casting, with hot forging die, press machine forging die, stamping die, hot-extrusion die, and metal diecasting mould being the most common. Heat distortion molds can withstand not only high mechanical but also high thermal stress when used frequently. Hot-work die steel should have high hardness, ...
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