I came into an unexpectedly large surplus of aerospace-grade stainless steel via local helicopter manufacturer. I was expecting 3 rolls and ended up with 17, each is anywhere between 20-40lbs, 12" in width and length varies. I'll pull a few apart tomorrow but they have liners to protect the finish on every layer; ballparking thickness at 18ga but I'll also get the calipers out and do some pictures if there's interest. I'm planning to keep a few for myself, but I wouldn't mind parting with 10 or so. No idea what shipping would be on these, but they'd fit in a 5 gallon bucket vs a box unless you're in the DFW metro area. Can work with a shipping account also if you have one. I would imagine they'd be stellar combustor liner material or if you want to build yourself an Airstream, or a wee version of an space-faring rocket... 😁
Edit: Turns out there's several layers per roll, measuring out to .016"/.40mm thickness (~28ga). One sample weighed 14.6lbs, which estimated at .625lbs per foot, comes out to roughly 23 feet and a bit on that roll. Checking current pricing, market value is ~$15.82 a foot with those dimensions. I was thinking $40 a roll to cover my costs and to share this great stuff with the community.
Last Edit: Jul 26, 2023 16:04:40 GMT -5 by CMDR_Boom