Hello all. I apologize if I'm re-asking a question that was already answered. This thread on another forum was as close as I could find, but I either couldn't find or didn't understand the answers. https://www.bladesmithsforum.com/index.php?/topic/33471-warping-damascus/ On my last 2 blades, after my rough grinding and during my normalizing/thermal cycling, they developed a warp during the process, which is as followed: After forging and grinding, I thermal cycled in the Evenheat at 1650F, 1600F, 1550F, then quenched at 1495F. One of the blades developed a warp after the 1600F, cycle and the other after the 1550F. I was able to straighten them in a vice with a bending fork before quenching. Both of the blades were relatively low layer (15-30) 1080/15N20. On one of them, I tried thermal cycling in my PID controlled forge after forging to shape as well. Is this normal? Do I need to do something different? Thanks and stay safe.