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    Question German language surface treatement callout?

    Working on some German prints with material / heat treatment callout as follows: 18NiCrMo5 CMT e TMP 58+60 HRC.

    I am not sure what the "CMT e TMP" stands for but I think it is carburizing to 58-60 HRC? Does anyone know what that means exactly?

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    Default Re: German language surface treatement callout?

    It means "cementation" and "tempered" but that abbreviation is in Italian rather than German



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    Default Re: German language surface treatement callout?

    I after doing some research, I did find out the specs were Italian. I did not know the cementation and tempered part. Thanks!



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German language surface treatement callout?
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