D2E Knife Steel
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D2E(?) - D2 enhanced, or otherwise D2 Mod. For a brief time it made quite a buzz, circa 2000. Rob Simonich, REKAT, Darrel Ralph and other makers used it. Exact composition was never published, although Rob Simonich stated it was within D2 specs, just elements were on high side of the specs. REKAT mentioned they were importing it, which I guess negates the speculation that it was Crucible D2 version, called AIRDI 150 steel. So, I guess we can safely consider it being in accordance with AISI D2 steel specs.

Manufacturing Technology - Ingot

Country - United States(US)

Known Aliases:
? - D2Mod

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* - Listed as an equivalent or replacement for alloys in this group.

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