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In the knife industry, different types of steel are created by varying the types of additive elements as well as how the blade is rolled and heated (i.e. the finishing process).
Ultimately, the different types of steel used in knife blades each exhibit varying degrees of these five key properties:
Hardness is the ability to resist deforming when subject to stress and applied forces. Hardness in steel knife is directly correlated to strength and is generally measured using the Rockwell C scale (aka “HRC”).