Alloy Steel

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Steel is the most important industry in the world. It is made by combining iron with non-metals and other metals. This combination is used to produce steel with different chemical properties. When selecting steel CNC machining material, it is important to consider the different properties of carbon steel and alloy steel. There are two types of steel: alloy steel and carbon steel. Knowing the differences between alloy steel and carbon allows us to use them in our industry to reap the benefits. It is difficult to choose the right steel for CNC-machined components and parts. This article will cover the differences between alloy and carbon steel, their applications, properties, and alloying elements. This will allow you to choose the right steel for your project, and ensure that the products and parts you purchase are of the highest quality. Mixing alloy steel with various elements like silicon, molybdenum and boron can result in alloys such as chromium (chromium), molybdenum or vanadium, nickel and aluminum. Alloying elements improve the strength, toughness and hardness of alloy steel. Below are some examples of alloying elements and their effects.
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