A favorite steel for many knife makers and enthusiasts, our 1095 has earned a respected reputation as being excellent for forging, grinding, and taking a wonderful edge.

Overall, 1095 does prove to be a little more difficult to heat treat for some makers as it is hyper-eutectoid and best used with an accurate means of reading temperature and a fast quench oil (we recommend Parks 50).

Those that have mastered heat treating 1095, however, have produced some of the most beautiful hamons.

We’ve kept our 1095 a constant simple recipe so that makers can get consistent, steady results from first to last over their many years making knives and tools.

While it may seem a little pricey, our 1095 is the best in the industry hands down due to the fact it provides easily predicted results each time, every time.

Like most of our steels it is pickled and annealed, so it arrives to you ready to go whether you use it in damascus or grind out a quick kitchen knife.

Like all high carbon steels, rust or stains can happen, be sure to inform your customers they’ll need to use good maintenance so as to not ruin the finish or to allow a natural patina to form over time, especially kitchen cutlery.

Find our Suggested 1095 Heat Treat Here.

Listed below are our current LIVE and the most recently CLOSED material lot certifications per thickness:

  • 1095 .070 (1/16”)

Previous: N/A

Current: 17752

  • 1095 .094 (3/32”)

Previous: 22314

Current: 22314

  • 1095 .125 (1/8”)

Previous: 21521

Current: 21521

  • 1095 .156 (5/32”)

Previous: 19053

Current: 22314

  • 1095 .187 (3/16”)

Previous: 22314

Current: 22314

  • 1095 .250 (1/4”)

Previous: 22314

Current: 22314

  • 1095 .375 (3/8”)

Previous: 19053

Current: 19053

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