Note: I posted this before in a previous thread, but I think it would be better in its own thread.
I'm based in Shanghai, and its difficult to get A36 steel.
After speaking with the local fabricators, i managed to get a Q235 (also known as A3) steel sheet.
Would this work as well and is there any risk to health?
Link below is the composition of it.http://www.steel-grades.com/Steel-grades/Structure-steel/q235.html
The fabricators were great though, they rounded the edges of the sheet so there's less likelihood of cutting oneself. Now I just need to confirm the steel is usable.