Google News article Steel plate for sale at McMaster Steel article McMaster Steel (Canada), the makers of the s155 jr steel plates, recently released a new steel plate for the 2018 model year.
The new model is called the s354 jr plate, and it comes with a new stainless steel alloy.
It’s the first of its kind in the s175jr family.
This steel plate is called s355J, and is designed to give the most bang for the buck when it comes to weight, strength, and toughness.
The weight is 0.7 kilograms (2.6 pounds), and the stiffness is 3.5 grams per square inch (gpsi).
The strength is 3 kg (6.2 pounds), but it’s also 4 grams per gram of steel.
That means a steel plate weighing only 0.3 kg (0.9 pounds) can hold a force of 4.6 g, and a steel one weighing 1.5 kg (3.5 pounds) will yield an additional 4.1 g.
The extra weight is why the plate is rated at a higher weight than the steel that comes with it.
As with all of their s175 and s175jjr steel products, the s35jrs and s35jjr are all available in the McMaster Steel catalog.
The s35r plate has the new aluminum alloy, while the s55 jr plates are made from steel.
There are no other differences between the plates, except for the name.
The plate comes with two different versions, the “Polar” and the “Rough”.
The “Roughen” version comes with the steel alloy, and the more rugged version is made from a carbon steel alloy called “Copper.”
It weighs 0.5 kilograms (1.3 pounds), while the “Ceramic” version is 0,8 kilograms (3 pounds).