Steel Machining Parts Manufacturer in China

At HM, you can get high-quality, highly accurate, and durable CNC machined steel parts at reasonable prices! We also provide high-quality CNC machining services with the fastest turnaround times.

HM Steel Machining Parts

One of the materials that are most frequently used in CNC machining is steel. Iron is the primary component of steel. Steel can be combined with other elements (elements such as chromium, nickel, copper, and more) in different amounts to produce different types of steel. Alloying elements are added to acquire unique characteristics such as extreme temperature stability, corrosion resistance, hardness, etc. There are more than 1000 varieties of steel compositions. However, they are divided into 4 main types such as carbon steel, alloy steel, stainless steel, and tool steel.

HM offers steel parts manufactured in accordance with your requirements. We can provide milling, turning, and other machining services using our high-precision and advanced CNC machines.

Steel Parts by Materials

  • Stainless Steel

    Stainless steel is used for producing bolts, bushings, screws, nuts, electronic hardware, automotive parts, and more. It has excellent corrosion resistance, weldability, and machinability.

  • Mild Carbon Steel

    Machinery parts, anchor pins, tie rods, and carburized parts can be made from mild carbon steel. Mild carbon steel has excellent strength, weldability, ductility, and machinability.

  • Medium Carbon Steel

    Medium carbon steel parts are commonly used for wear-resistant applications. Some of the medium carbon steel parts include light gears, bolts, axles, forged connecting rods, and more.

  • Low Alloy Steel

    Machinery parts, automotive parts, nuts, couplings, spindles, piston pins, gears, fasteners, bolts, chains, and chains can be made from low alloy steel.

Machining Services We Offer

  • Waterjet Cutting
    Waterjet Cutting

    Waterjet cutting is done by cutting metal parts using a high-pressure stream of abrasive and water.

  • CNC Turning
    CNC Turning

    This process is great for cylindrical parts. It also uses a CNC lathe.

  • CNC Milling
    CNC Milling

    CNC milling is a process for manufacturing 3D and 2D parts.

  • EDM Cutting
    EDM Cutting

    EDM or electrical discharge machining uses sparks to cut shapes.

  • CNC Laser Cutting
    CNC Laser Cutting

    CNC laser cutters produce metal parts or 2D parts using a laser beam.

  • CNC Turret Punching
    CNC Turret Punching

    CNC turret punching punches shapes into the sheet metal to create parts.

  • CNC Plasma Cutting
    CNC Plasma Cutting

    CNC plasma cutters cut shapes from sheet metal using a stream of high-velocity ionized gas.

  • Secondary Machining
    Secondary Machining

    Engraving, shearing, drilling, threading, knurling, and bending are some of our secondary machining services.

  • Surface Finishing
    Surface Finishing

    Plating, black oxide, anodizing, and powder coating are some of the surface finishing services we offer.

Steel Parts Properties

The machined steel parts have mechanical and physical properties such as:

  • Resistant to corrosion, moisture, chemicals, acids, and various atmospheric conditions
  • Excellent resistance to temperature, scaling, and oxidation in elevated temperatures and aggressive environments
  • Toughness and high tensile strength
  • Virtually maintenance-free and trouble‑free service life
  • Highly polished surface with bright or metallic luster for aesthetic appeal
  • Extreme durability and strength
  • Excellent material weldability, malleability, machinability, and fabrication flexibility
  • Recyclable and sustainable material that is cost-effective
Steel Parts Properties
Applications and Industries

Applications and Industries

We can produce steel parts for various industries and applications such as:

MiningMachine tools
PharmaceuticalHVAC
TransportationPlumbing
Energy generationFood & beverage processing
AerospaceIndustrial equipment
MedicalConsumer products
AutomotiveChemical processing
Oil & gasMilitary & defense
ElectronicsConstruction
MarineHouse appliances

Quality Certifications

  • IATF 16949:2016 certified
  • ISO 9001:2015, ISO14001, and ISO45001 certified
  • PPAP compliant
  • FMEA used during the manufacturing system
Quality Certifications

Your Reliable Steel Machining Parts Supplier | HM

Your Reliable Steel Machining Parts Supplier
Your Reliable Steel Machining Parts Supplier1

HM offers high-quality steel parts with complex geometries, superior mechanical characteristics, high-quality finishes, and accurate tolerances. We are capable of providing a variety of CNC machining and other secondary services. Our ITAF 16949:2016 and ISO 9001:2015 certifications enable us to guarantee that we provide our customers with the highest quality, most exact, and accurate steel parts and components.

Additionally, our expert and knowledgeable team of engineers can also help you with designing and machining custom steel parts that have accuracy and precision. We can manufacture custom steel parts based on your specifications. Also, we can help you choose the steel material that suits your application and industry.

Contact us for your steel machining part needs.

Guide for Machining Steel Materials

Steel AlloysCharacteristicsApplications
1008Suitable for low-stress applications and have a moderate strengthThey have a matte surface finish which makes them ideal for fabricating exposed parts
1018Low carbon steel that has good weldability and formabilityRivets and components that need strong welds
1045High tensile strength and impact resistanceSuitable for heat treatment
1137Higher carbon, direct hardening, and higher strengthUsed for higher stress applications such as shafts, gears, studs, and more
11L37Good machinability and strengthCan be tempered, annealed, heat treated, and quenched easily
11L41Strength and more even surface hardnessPins, bolts, shafts, axles, and more
12L14Excellent machinabilityCommercial products
1215Good machinabilityParts that need better weldability and formability than 12L14
4130Fatigue resistance, toughness, and strengthCommercial aircraft and military parts
4142 or 4140A common general-purpose alloyNuts, pins, shafts, nuts, bolts, gears, valve, and pump components
41L40Better machining with lead additiveBolts, couplings, tooling, and shafts
8620Case hardening, heat-treatable, and has .20% Mo, .50% Cr, and .55% NiGears, bushings, bolts, shafts, and pins
52100Very high 1% carbon, .08% Mo, 1.4% Cr, and .25% NiBearing applications

Steels Suitable for Machining

Carbon Steels
Carbon Steels

Carbon steels are easy to machine. They are composed of about 2-3% carbon. After machining carbon steel parts, they will undergo a heat treatment to reduce weathering and corrosion. We can machine different grades of carbon steels such as:

  • High: 1080
  • Medium: 1040 and 1030
  • Low: 1018 and 1010
Alloy Steels
Alloy Steels

Alloy steels are made by adding varying amounts of extra elements to the carbon steel. Different kinds of elements can be added such as nickel, manganese, copper, calcium, silicon, and many more. This will result in a steel that has additional physical properties not present in standard carbon steel. Alloy steels have increased corrosion resistance, strength, and hardness. Some of the alloy steel grades we can machine include:

  • 4130
  • 4340
  • 4140
Stainless Steels
Stainless Steels

Stainless steels are steels that have up to 10 to 20% chromium added. They are highly resistant to rust and have visual appeal. The stainless steel grades we can machine are:

  • 316
  • 304
  • 303
Tool Steels
Tool Steels

Tool steels are a class of alloys and carbon steels. There are six different types of tool steels such as shock-resistant, water-hardened, high-speed, air hardened, special purchase, and hot work. We can machine:

  • A582
  • A286
  • A277
  • “We are really grateful for your prompt response on my inquiries. HM is really an expert in machining steel parts. Also, I want to thank you for your support, high-quality steel parts, and services.”

Which Steel is the Easiest to Machine?

303 stainless steel is the easiest to the machine. They are the top choice for machining fasteners, gears, fittings, and other applications that need tight tolerances.

Which Type of Steel is Difficult to Machine?

High carbon steel is hard to machine since they have high carbon content that makes them extremely strong. They are also one of the least ductile and hardest steels.

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