DIN 1.2767 Cold Work Tool Steel
DIN 1.2767 Cold Work Tool Steel is used for making the highly stressed coining tools, cutlery dies, hobbing tools, cold shear blades for heavy gauge material, plastic moulds.
Round: dia.10-500 mm
Flat: 6-120 x 40-810 mm
Block: 80-400 x 100-700 mm
EAF+(ESR) or EAF+LF+VD+(ESR), Hot rolled or Forged, Spheroidizing Annealed, Black surface or Machined surface, UT SEP1921 Class3 D/d
|AISI / SAE ||DIN / W.Nr ||JIS||GB|
|Steel Grade ||C||Si||Mn||P||S||Cr||Mo||Ni|
|1.2767||0.40-0.50||0.10-0.40||0.20-0.50||≤ 0.030 ||≤ 0.030 ||1.20-1.50||0.15-0.35||3.80-4.30|
1. Cold work tool steel with high thoughness and full hardenability, also large dimensions.
2. High impact strength and compressive strength.
3. For oil and air hardening.
4. Good polishability.
610 to 650°C
Slow controlled cooling in furnace at a rate of 10 to 20°C/hr down to approx. 600°C,
further cooling in air.
Hardness after annealing: max. 285 HB.
Slow cooling in furnace; intended to relieve stresses set up by extensive machining, or incomplex shapes. After through heating, hold in neutral atmosphere for 1 to 2 hours.
840 to 870°C.
Oil, salt bath (300 to 400°C), air. Holding time after temperature equalization: 15 to 30 minutes.
53 - 57 HRC in air.
54 - 58 HRC in oil or salt bath.
Slow heating to tempering temperature immediately after hardening/time in furnace 1hour for each 20 mm of work piece thickness, but at least 2 hours/cooling in air. For certain cases we recommend to reduce tempering temperature and increase holding time.