From Cutting Data for Turning of Steel

Tables 3.1A and 3.1B. AISI 1340 and 1340H manganese steels

Tables 3.2A and 3.2B. AISI 4027 molybdenum steel

Tables 3.3A and 3.3B. AISI 4419 and 4419H molybdenum steels

Tables 3.4A and 3.4B. AISI 4118 and 4118H chromium-molybdenum steels

Tables 3.5A and 3.5B. AISI 4130 and 4130H chromium-molybdenum steels

Tables 3.6A and 3.6B. AISI 4140 and 4140H chromium-molybdenum steels

Tables 3.7A and 3.7B. AISI 4150 and 4150H chromium-molybdenum steels

Tables 3.8A and 3.8B. AISI 4620 and 4620H nickel-molybdenum steels

Tables 3.9A and 3.9B. AISI 4820 and 4820H nickel-molybdenum steels

Tables 3.10A and 3.10B. AISI 5140 and 5140H chromium steels

Tables 3.11A and 3.11B. AISI 5150 and 5150H chromium steels

Tables 3.12A and 3.12B. AISI 5160, 5160H, 51B60, and 51B60H chromium steels

Tables 3.13A and 3.13B. AISI 6150 and 6150H chromium-vanadium steels

Tables 3.14A and 3.14B. AISI 4320 and 4320H nickel-chromium-molybdenum steels

Tables 3.15A and 3.15B. AISI 4340, 4340H, E4340, and E4340H nickel-chromium-molybdenum steels

Tables 3.16A and 3.16B. AISI 4718 and 4718H nickel-chromium-molybdenum steels

Tables 3.17A and 3.17B. AISI 8620, and 8620H nickel-chromium-molybdenum steels

Tables 3.18A and 3.18B. AISI 8630, 8630H, and 86B30H nickel-chromium-molybdenum steels

Tables 3.19A and 3.19B. AISI 8640 and 8640H nickel-chromium-molybdenum steels

Tables 3.20A and 3.20B. AISI 8642 and 8642H nickel-chromium-molybdenum steels

Tables 3.21A and 3.21B. AISI 8650, 8650H, and 86B50 nickel-chromium-molybdenum steels

Tables 3.22A and 3.22B. AISI 8740 and 8740H nickel-chromium-molybdenum steels

Tables 3.23A and 3.23B. AISI E9310 and E9310H nickel-chromium-molybdenum steels

Tables 3.24A and 3.24B. AISI 9840 nickel-chromium-molybdenum steel

Tables 3.25A and 3.25B. AISI 9255 silicon-manganese steel

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