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What Is The Use Of Steel Plates Cut By CNC Machine Tools?
May 14, 2018

The steel plate is a flat steel having a wide aspect ratio and a large surface area. Plates are divided into two types according to thickness: sheet and plate.

The steel sheet is a steel sheet having a thickness of 0.2-4 mm produced by the hot rolling or cold rolling method. The width of the steel sheet is

Between 500-1400mm.

According to different uses, thin steel plates are rolled from different material billets.

Usually used materials are carbon steel, carbon steel, alloy steel, carbon tool steel, stainless steel, spring steel and electrical silicon steel.

They are mainly used in the automotive industry, aerospace industry, enamel industry, electrical industry, machinery industry and other departments. In addition to direct delivery after rolling, thin steel sheets are available in pickled, galvanized, tin plated and other types.

Thick steel plate is the collective name for steel plates with a thickness of more than 4 mm. In practice, steel plates with a thickness of less than 20 mm are often referred to as plates, plates with a thickness of >20 mm to 60 mm are called thick plates, and plates with a thickness of more than 60 mm are required to be specialized. The special heavy plate rolling mill, so called special thick plate.

Thick steel plate width from 0.6mm-3.0mm. Thick plates are divided into shipbuilding steel plates, bridge steel plates, boiler steel plates, high-pressure vessel steel plates, pattern steel plates, automotive steel plates, armored steel plates, and composite steel plates according to their purposes.

One branch of the steel plate is a steel strip, which is actually a very long thin plate with a relatively small width and is often supplied in coils, also called strip steel. Steel strips are often produced on multi-stand continuous rolling mills and cut into lengths that are steel strips, so productivity is higher than with single-sheet mills.