Rennie Tool Company’s range of ground flat stock is crafted from tool steel and may be bought in multiple sizes. Due to the saw-cut ends, ground edges, and surfaces of the material, it’s often used in toolmaking applications. Additionally, ground flat stock can be easily manipulated to suit various project requirements due to its annealed condition.
There are various advantages to ground flat stock, with the main one being the cutting edge. This is because its unique cutting edge provides longevity, strong wear resistance, and durability. Furthermore, finding your required size couldn’t be easier, thanks to the wide array of available sizes. This means that wastage can often be avoided, allowing for efficient practice. Last but not least, these metals have high dimensional stability, which enables them to withstand especially harsh temperatures or environments.
Thick ground flat stock has multiple applications, including the following:
Precision measuring tools
Strip slitting cutters
The chemical composition is as follows:
S & P up to 0.035% maximum
What is ground flat stock?
Ground flat stock is a precision ground flat bar available in fixed lengths. It’s commonly used for toolmaking because it boasts accuracy and light tolerances.
How flat is ground flat stock?
Despite its name, there’s no real definitive figure regarding flatness tolerance. Instead, the “flat” in “flat ground stock” means that the material isn’t round.
How hard is ground flat stock?
Ground flat stock has a maximum hardness; this is down to its annealed condition.
Why are tool steels hard?
Due to the high levels of carbide created by tool steels, they boast fair wear resistance, toughness, and hardness. The low carbon content and moderate to high alloy are responsible for the carbide level.
Shop 5/32” Thick Ground Flat Stock at Rennie Tool Company
Rennie Tool Company is here to provide 5/32” thick ground flat stock. We can cater to all manner of project requirements thanks to our varied product range. You can browse our collection below or email us at email@example.com for further advice and guidance.