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    Default Canadian grade steel

    I have a job to run that is calling for PL 100 plate that is 2" thick. Not much info out there. I am thinking maybe and AR plate....Not to sure. Anyone have info on a cross reference for this grade of steel? Canadian company and print. Thanks for any help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowcountry cnc View Post
    I have a job to run that is calling for PL 100 plate that is 2" thick. Not much info out there. I am thinking maybe and AR plate....Not to sure. Anyone have info on a cross reference for this grade of steel? Canadian company and print. Thanks for any help.
    What did your customer say when you asked them for clarification?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    What did your customer say when you asked them for clarification?
    Obviously, the customer told him to ask the folks on Practical Machinist!

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    I never heard of it.

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    It might be similar to this: 1 XF Steel Plate - 1 KSI Plate - 1, Minimum Yield | O'Neal Steel where it indicates minimum tensile strength.

    Whatever it is, buy it quick before the price doubles!

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    In metallurgy, Canadian steel is a steel alloy with a minimum of 10.5% maple syrup content by mass.

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    Not sure what it is but it will 3 times the cost of what you pay in the USA and when Don gets done it will be 5 times as much!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rlockwood View Post
    In metallurgy, Canadian steel is a steel alloy with a minimum of 10.5% maple syrup content by mass.
    That's why it tastes so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milland View Post
    It might be similar to this: 1 XF Steel Plate - 1 KSI Plate - 1, Minimum Yield | O'Neal Steel where it indicates minimum tensile strength.

    Whatever it is, buy it quick before the price doubles!
    For those of you with legitimate/positive responses, thank you. The issue has been resolved.


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