CNC Machining in Aluminum

CNC Machining In Carbon Steel

Carbon steels, which primarily consist of carbon as the main alloying element, possess moderate strength and toughness but have lower resistance to fatigue and wear.

Carbon steel materials are commonly used in CNC machining processes.

CNC machining of carbon steel materials results in the production of parts with exceptional mechanical properties, accuracy, and repeatability. The use of carbon steel allows for the creation of strong and durable components. Whether utilizing 3-axis or 5-axis CNC milling, the machining process ensures precise dimensions and consistent results, making it a reliable choice for manufacturing applications.




CNC machining produces parts with excellent mechanical properties, accuracy and repeatability from metal and plastic. 3-axis & 5-axis CNC milling available.


CNC machining exhibits superior mechanical properties, ensuring the quality and durability of the produced parts.
It offers high levels of accuracy and repeatability, ensuring precision in the manufacturing process.


Compared to 3D printing, CNC machining imposes stricter constraints on geometric complexity, limiting the design possibilities.




Lead Time

< 10 days

Wall Thickness



±0.125mm (±0.005″)

Max part size

200 x 80 x 100 cm

Popular science information about Carbon Steel


What is carbon steel:
Carbon steel is a type of steel that primarily consists of iron and carbon. It is one of the most widely used materials in various industries due to its strength, durability, and affordability.

Properties and advantages:
Carbon steel exhibits several desirable properties, including high tensile strength, good machinability, and weldability. It is also relatively inexpensive compared to other types of steel. Carbon steel can be further enhanced by heat treatment processes such as quenching and tempering to improve its hardness and strength.


Carbon steel is widely used in various industries, including construction, automotive, manufacturing, and infrastructure. It is commonly found in structural components, pipelines, machinery, tools, and equipment.

Surface finishes and coatings:
Carbon steel can be finished with various surface treatments, such as painting, galvanizing, or powder coating, to enhance its corrosion resistance and appearance.

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