Steel Plate WEIGHT CHART

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WSS
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Steel Plate WEIGHT CHART

Post by WSS » Wed Mar 09, 2011 12:24 am

Just in case this is helpful. I use it quite a bit. All I need to know is the price per pound. Not so good for gauge, I suppose some math would fix it.
A36) $.63 per lb today
AR400) $1.43 per lb today
AR500) $1.50 per lb today

#1 scrap $370 per gross ton!!!!

Southern California

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Re: Steel Plate WEIGHT CHART

Post by Diverdude » Sat Jan 21, 2012 10:51 pm

Hi everybody, New here to CNC but been in welding many years. I have a little book titled Pocket Ref by THomas J. Glover that has all that info andmuch more that I could ever find a use for. It has the weight of the gauge steel by sq ft and all types of sybols for every type of vocation, handy to have around.

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Re: Steel Plate WEIGHT CHART

Post by Diverdude » Sun Jan 22, 2012 12:52 pm

I don't know how it works on prices but here is the weights on sheet steel, galvanized is slightly heavier.
Sheet Steel size.xlsx

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