CPM-S35VN *Surface Ground Bar Stock HRA .125" - See Length Note

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CPM-S35VN Bar Stock


We buy this in 36" lengths and sell it in 12", 24", and 36" lengths.

If you buy 1, you will get a stick 12" long by the width and thickness shown.

If you buy 2, you will get a bar that is 24" in length.

If you buy 3, you will get a bar that is 36" in length.


**If you buy 2 or 3 and want it cut into 12" length pieces, please specify in the comments section that you would like them cut into 12" pieces.

**Advertised price is for 1qty 12" piece


  • Hot rolled and Annealed (soft)
  • Surface Ground finish (Not Precision Ground)
  • Ground to + 0.010" over specified thickness


Composition of CPM-S35VN

   Carbon 1.40%

   Chromium  14.00%

   Niobium   0.50%

   Vanadium  3.00%

   Molybdenum  2.00%


CPM-S35VN is a particle metallurgy stainless steel made by Crucible Industries. It is a modified version of CPM-S30V with the vanadium content reduced by 1% and replaced by 0.5% niobium.

Knives made from S35VN will be tougher and less likely to chip than knives made from S30V. CPM-S35VN is a well balanced knife steel that offers good corrosion resistance, edge holding and better toughness than most stainless steels. It is a good steel to choose for almost any type of knife, including high quality hunting knives, kitchen knives, or folding knives.


Heat Treatment for CPM-S35VN

Wrap blade in stainless steel heat treat foil

Bring to 1550°F and equalize (let it soak for 10 minutes)

Bring it up to Austenitizing temp 2000° - 2025°F and hold for 15 minutes

Quench in air or plate quench.

A Cryo treatment in liquid nitrogen (or dry ice) before tempering will reduce retained austenite and increase hardness

Temper between 400°F twice for 2 hours each time. Cool to room temperature in between tempers.

Austenitizing at 2000°F followed by a Cryo treatment and tempering at 400°F should result in a hardness of 60-61 HRC