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  2. AISI 1008 Carbon Steel (UNS G10080) - AZoM.com

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  3. ASTM A36 Carbon Steel vs. SAE-AISI 1008 Steel ...

    ASTM A36 Carbon Steel vs. SAE-AISI 1008 Steel. Both ASTM A36 carbon steel and SAE-AISI 1008 steel are iron alloys. Their average alloy composition is basically identical. There are 30 material properties with values for both materials. Properties with values for …

  4. ASTM A366 1008 AISI1008 SAE1008 Steel - SAE AISI 1010 …

    ASTM A366 ASTM A1008 Steel. AISI 1008 is a Standard grade Carbon Steel. It is composed of (in weight percentage) 0.10%(max) Carbon (C), 0.30-0.50% Manganese (Mn), 0.04%(max) Phosphorus (P), 0.05%(max) Sulfur (S), and the base metal Iron (Fe). Other designations of AISI 1008 carbon steel include UNS G10080 and AISI 1008.

  5. SAE 1008 - steel-grades.com

    SAE 1008. This page provides SAE 1008 datasheet, SAE 1008 mechanical properties, chemical element SAE 1008, technical specifications of SAE 1008 steel material properties. SAE 1008 performance specifications.

  6. ASTM SAE 1008 steel plate - Katalor Industry

    ASTM SAE 1008 steel plate. ASTM-SAE SAE 1008 steel plate/sheet is stamping and cold forming steels,it is suitable for non-structural press work and forming.It's yield strength is between 170 to 320 MPa (there is different min strength point at the different thickness.) A 621 DQ - SAE 1008 tensile strength is from around 420 MPa.

  7. SAE1008 ( AISI, ASTM, UNS) - Worldwide equivalent grades

    European equivalent grade for Non-alloy quality steel SAE1008 ( AISI, ASTM, UNS): DC01 (1.0330) NEW opportunities for buyers! Post free buying requirement for product SAE1008 ( AISI, ASTM, UNS) Information for steel and alloy suppliers

  8. AISI 1008 SAE UNS G10080 Carbon Steel Foundry

    Steel foundry in China for producing AISI 1008 SAE UNS G10080 Carbon Steel castings. The followings are this material's chemical composition, physical and mechanical properties and equivalent material grades. AISI 1008 carbon steel has excellent weldability, …

  9. Material Equivalent for Steel 1008 - Industrial/Mfg ...

    Material Equivalent for Steel 1008. The requirements for SPCC are well defined in the Japanese standard JIS G3141. 1008 is a designation from SAE J403, which is for chemical composition only, not product form (sheet, strip, bar). So there is nothing about …

    SPCC is per the JIS standard, 1008 is ASTM. Both are "general use" steels and are roughly equivalent. SPCC Max c .15% Max mn .6% Max P .05% Max S .05% Min 40 ksi tensile 1008 Max c .15% Max mn .6% Max P .03% Max S .035% 20-40 ksi tensile
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    That's what I noticed, composition is close, I can say that SPCC it's just an option if you cant find 1008, but definitely they are not Equivalents. Thank you MCGYVR
    IngeAX, You are getting conflicting opinions because this is sort of a gray area. The requirements for SPCC are well defined in the Japanese standard JIS G3141. 1008 is a designation from SAE J403, which is for chemical composition only, not product form (sheet, strip, bar). So there is nothing about mechanical properties, tolerances on sheet thickness, etc. In terms of chemical composition, 1008 from SAE J403 is similar to SPCC, but not exact. The C content is limited to 0.10% maximum for 1008, whereas SPCC allows 0.15% max. ASTM standards, not SAE, are used for defining product forms such as sheet. ASTM A1008 is the North American analog to JIS G3141, and has grades that line up well: JIS ASTM SPCC --> CS Type B SPCD --> CS Type A SPCE --> DS Type A or B SPCF --> DDS SPCG --> EDDS
    TVP, thank you very much for this information, it was very helpful Have a great one
  10. Need cross-reference from AISI C1008 to ASTM or other ...

    Nov 20, 2007 · SAE No. 1008 (UNS G10080 in SAE J403) has the same chemical composition as the former AISI 1008. There are a number of ASTM standards that include a grade with the nominal composition limits of SAE 1008, such as ASTM A 568, ASTM A 513, etc. but there is no mention of AISI

    This is a complicated subject. The following is an excerpt from the Nov 2001 revision of SAE J403 Chemical Compositions of SAE Carbon Steels : 1. Scope—In 1941, the SAE Iron and Steel Division, in collaboration with the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI), made a major change in the method of expressing composition ranges for the SAE steels. ...Since AISI is no longer issuing steel grade designations, grades listed in this document are SAE grades. SAE No. 1008 (UNS G10080 in SAE J403) has the same chemical composition as the former AISI 1008. There are a number of ASTM standards that include a grade with the nominal composition limits of SAE 1008, such as ASTM A 568, ASTM A 513, etc. but there is no mention of AISI supercession. Also, there may be differences in the maximum allowable P & S levels as compared to SAE J403. Neither ASTM A 109 nor ASTM A 1008 specifically reference grade 1008. A heat of steel that meets the composition limits of 1008 according to SAE J403 may also meet the composition requirements of ASTM A 109 and/or one of the grades within ASTM A 1008, but there is no 1008 designation in these particular ASTM standards.
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    AISI C1008 or 1008 is a designation for a material with a specific chemical composition range only and in itself is not a specification or standard. There is no mechanical property requirements of even product form (e.g. cold rolled, hot rolled, forging, casting). However, the most frequent form is bars and 1008 should be listed in ASTM A29.
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    TVP and Welder4956, thank you both very much for your contributions. I have since acquired SAE J403 and see that it does list the requirements as chemical composition only. Since there was a collaborative agreement between two organizations, and 1 organization has removed itself from authority, it is logical that the only documentation of the remaining partner would be sole authority over the topic. Do you believe or have a way of knowing that AISI C1008 is the same as AISI 1008? I see the UNS G10080 does show the cross-reference you mentioned if AISI C1008 is the same as AISI 1008. People at those organizations seem to recognize they are one and the same in phone conversation, but again, have nothing in writing at this time. I don't suppose anyone has seen original documentation, other than SAE J403, for either AISI term? I'm amazed there is no direct way (that I've found), provided by AISI or a designee to just read or even verify entire original content. Even an aged copy should exist SOMEWHERE. I give credit to the US Military/Gov't for at least allowing that type of information sharing through ASSIST, which I recommend to anyone who might have a similar challenge with a Mil-Spec.
    bowman3, If you look at the date quoted by TVP, you will see that we are talking about an event from 66 years ago. Sloppy drafting/engineering/adminstration practices have allowed for the current condition where people put C1008 on a drawing or internal specification and expect that to mean something. ASSIST won't show you anything about a 66 year old decision to obsolete one of the US military's standards. You need to move your current project forward by addressing the inadequacy of the current "requirement", or completely documenting why you are making whatever decision you make in the absence of full information. By the way, AISI C1008 and AISI 1008 are the same, but I have no piece of paper that proves it. Also, if your part can be described fully with AISI C1008, then your part must not do much other than occupy spacetime. You should be safe using a competent supplier manufacturing a modern product. Regards, Cory Please see FAQ731-376: Eng-Tips.com Forum Policies for tips on how to make the best use of Eng-Tips Fora.
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    The "C" in C1008 is a designator of the method of manufacture. The lack of a "C" implies that any method may be used. Below are the 3 manufacturing prefixes: B - Indicates acid Bessemer carbon steel. C - Indicates basic open-hearth carbon steel E - Indicates electric furnace steel. An "M" prefix is also used to designate Merchant quality bar, which has no limit on silicon content..
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  11. SAE-AISI 1008 (G10080) Carbon Steel :: MakeItFrom.com

    SAE-AISI 1008 (G10080) Carbon Steel. The graph bars on the material properties cards further below compare SAE-AISI 1008 steel to: wrought carbon or non-alloy steels (top), all iron alloys (middle), and the entire database (bottom). A full bar means this is the highest value in the relevant set. A half-full bar means it's 50% of the highest, and so on.

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