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Steel 1018: The most prominent of the carbon steels. The low carbon content makes this steel ductile and suitable for forming and welding. (View spec sheet)
Steel 1215: A carbon steel that is easily machinable compared to other steels like 1018. 1215 steel offers an excellent surface finish for precision-machined components
Steel 4130: Offers great weldability without compromising impact resistance. Often used in gears and fasteners.
Steel 4140: Additional chromium makes this steel corrosion and fracture resistant.
Steel 4140PH: A pre-hardened HRC 28-32 variant of 4140 steel, also known as chrome-moly steel. The hardened condition does not require post-thermal treatment and resists stress fractures. 4140PH applications include collars, couplings, gears, and tool holders.
Steel 4340: A structural steel with a very high tensile strength compared to 4140 alloys. 4340 can withstand extreme heat, wear, and impact, which makes it useful for shafts, landing gear, collets, and molds. Typically 4340 is machined in an annealed condition (HRC 20) and can be hardened with heat treatment.
Steel A36: A standard architectural, low-carbon steel. Weldable.