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Steels come in a wide variety of compositions and qualities, making them appropriate for a wide range of applications. Steel is normally categorised based on its chemical makeup, and the following are some examples of common steels:

Carbon steel :

  1. Carbon steel is made up mostly of iron and carbon, with trace amounts of other components.
  2. Carbon steel is classified as low carbon (mild), medium carbon, high carbon, and ultra-high carbon.
  3. Used in a variety of applications ranging from building to machinery and tools.

Alloy steel :

  1. To improve specific qualities, alloy steel incorporates additional alloying elements (such as chromium, nickel, molybdenum, or vanadium).
  2. Stainless steel, tool steel, and various engineering steels are examples of common alloy steel kinds.

Steel for Tool and Die:

  1. Tool and die steels are used in the fabrication of dies, molds, and tooling for a variety of manufacturing processes.
  2. P20, D2, and S7 are a few examples.

Plastic mold steel:

  1. It also known as mold steel or tool steel for plastic molds, is a specific type of steel designed and optimized for use in the manufacturing of molds and tooling used in plastic injection molding, extrusion, and other plastic processing processes.
  2. H13 (DIN 1.2344), P20 (DIN 1.2311 and 1.2738) are some examples.

High-speed steel :

  1. (HSS) is a tool steel noted for its outstanding ability to tolerate high temperatures while maintaining hardness and cutting performance at high speeds and temperatures.
  2. M2 (DIN 1.3343), M35 (DIN 1.3243) and M42 (DIN 1.3247) are some examples.

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