Damacore™ a real success!

The stainless Damascus patterned steel, Damacore DC18N™ was launched with great success at Atlanta Blade Show in June. With a core that consists of N11X™, a high nitrogen steel, makes the new product unique when it comes to combining outstanding corrosion resistance with edge sharpness, wear resistance, strength and ductility.

The distinctive looks of Damasteel® that has become a hallmark for us in combination with a solid core makes Damacore™ truly unique. The unmatched quality and consistency made it an immediate success among knifemakers, Per Jarbelius, Damasteel AB.

The Damascus patterned outer layers consists of RWL34™ and PMC27™. They are both variants of martensitic stainless steel with a minimum of 13 percent chromium content. They have been proven very suitable as a knife material, for long cherished in Damasteel DS93X™ martensitic Damascus patterned steel.
The three alloys combined in Damasteel’s process gives the Damacore DC18N™ unique and exceptional properties. This provides an ultimate blend of technology, beauty and performance.
Damacore DC18N™ gives the knife enthusiast the opportunity to have ultimate beauty combined with the most technologically advanced knife available. The steel lifts the meaning of “cutting edge and looks too” to a whole new level.

Short facts Damasteel®
Damasteel® is the best performing stainless Damascus steel in the world using the latest gas-atomized PM technology with very high cleanliness. It has incomparable toughness and strength combined with excellent edge retention and corrosion resistance. This allows for a very user friendly Damascus steel that is made to be abused.
Damasteel® is a product of the mill that was established 1676 in Söderfors. We are very proud to be situated in the little village Söderfors which has very much been a contributor to the Swedish success story of iron and steel industry. Here in Söderfors we have a knowledge and tradition of making steel which made it possible to develop our company Damasteel® and its cutting edge product.

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