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    The article posted by Peter S refers to the...

    The article posted by Peter S refers to the Stanners Closes Steel Co introducing a furnace (open hearth) in 1862 specifically for producing steel for castings. Grace’s Guide tells us that the leading...
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    Joe’s original question, of when were steel...

    Joe’s original question, of when were steel castings first viable, an interesting one.

    I believe that the original question was directed at the production of steel castings, to be finished by...
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    Joe, You are right to be sceptical. When I...

    Joe,

    You are right to be sceptical.

    When I see the words ‘cast steel’ or ‘warranted cast steel’ on older edge tools, I take it to indicate that the item was forged from crucible steel.

    I...
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