Stainless Steel for Knives
Choosing the right material for bladesmithing can affect the knife’s functionality and style. Stainless steel is a common material that is used for knife making. Because of its chromium and other element composition, stainless steel can withstand corrosive environment and condition. Martensitic or ferritic stainless steel are typically used for knives.
In addition, stainless steel can also resist rusts and impact. It also has high toughness with soft properties. Thus, stainless steel is easy to form and machine. Knife enthusiasts, smiths, and manufacturers prefer to use stainless steel for knife making due to its quality and durability it can provide.
Stainless Steel Material You Can Choose
Why TuoLian Stainless Steel
Contributes to knife sharpening. Stainless steel used for knife blades can easily be sharpened making it more maintenance-free.
Provides edge retention. Our stainless steel can retain its cutting edge by providing high carbon content.
High toughness. TuoLian stainless steel are tough enough to withstand intense use or work.
Heat treatable. Our stainless steel can undergo heat treatment to improve its machinability and formability.