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Re:Heat treating wedges 5 years 1 month ago #103013

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So I heat treated the entire wedge but I did not like how the back looked so I sanded it by hand with multiple grades of sand paper, polished it on my buffer wheel and then paint filled. I need to learn how to get more colors out of heating it. I have coppers, browns, a hint of blue and black but not too much blue like I wanted.
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Heat treating wedges 5 years 1 month ago #103020

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Is that head SS or carbon?

Without adding anything before you heat treat it you really can't bring out more colors because that's the metal composition with something being carbon. There is a yellow zinc chromate finish that has some pretty wild colors on carbon items. I know carbon vs stainless there is a big difference in color changes though when heat is added. There is huge color change when we heat treat stainless pistons at work.
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