Also called EDDS or EDDQ, it is a type of steel that typically contains less than 0.005 percent carbon and uses a low level of titanium and/or columbium to "tie up" hardening elements to create an interstitial-free chemistry that produces an extremely refined grain pattern. This is the most formable steel grade.
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