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CNC Machining Tungsten Steel Service

Tungsten steel, also known as tungsten carbide, has extremely high hardness, wear resistance, high temperature resistance and good toughness.

DEK specializes in machining all types of tungsten steel, providing you with high-quality custom tungsten steel parts. Our advanced equipment and machining technology allow us to achieve tight tolerances of +/- 0.005mm and complex geometries, making us the preferred partner for a wide range of industries.

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Custom Tungsten Carbide Parts in CNC Machining

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Tungsten steel, a composite material made by combining a compound of tungsten and carbon (tungsten carbide, WC) with other metals such as cobalt, nickel, and iron. Known for its extremely high hardness and wear resistance, tungsten steel is widely used in applications  (sharpening tools and molds) requiring high strength and durability.

At DEK, we have advanced CNC milling machines, CNC lathe, laser cutting machine, EDM machine, etc. and professional machining technology. We specialize in processing various types of tungsten steel, such as tungsten steel YG6, YG8, YG15,YL50,YL10.2,YW1,YT15,YG10X. Whether it's simple cutting or complex precision machining, DEK always meets your diversified needs.

In addition, you can also get high quality surface finishing (plating, painting, etc.) and tight tolerances at DEK. Our precision service ensures high quality parts for the manufacturing, mining, and aerospace industries, and is ideal for all kinds of molds (stamping molds, injection molds, and extrusion molds), mining drill bits, engine parts (turbine blades, nozzles, guide vanes), high-temperature structural components, and more!  If you have a need for custom tungsten steel parts, contact us now!

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Tungsten Steel Material List

Tungsten Steel YG6

Tungsten Steel YG6 is a type of tungsten carbide with exceptional hardness and wear resistance.

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Tungsten Steel YG8

Tungsten Steel YG8, also called tungsten carbide with 8% cobalt, is a tough material used in manufacturing.

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Tungsten Steel YL10.2

YL10.2 Tungsten Carbide is created through powder metallurgy, using WC (tungsten carbide) and Co (cobalt). This material has excellent shock and bending resistance.

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Tungsten Steel YG10X

Tungsten Steel YG10X is a type of tungsten carbide, a hard and durable material used in cutting tools, dies, and other applications that require high wear resistance.

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Tungsten Steel YG15

Tungsten Steel YG15, also known as cemented carbide, is a high-performance material composed of tungsten carbide (WC) particles held together by a binder, usually cobalt.

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Tungsten Steel YL50

Tungsten Steel YL50 is a specific grade of Tungsten Carbide. YL50 has high hardness, excellent wear resistance, and strong bending strength.

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Tungsten Steel YT15

Tungsten Steel YT15 is a type of tungsten carbide (WC) with a cobalt (Co) binder, making it a hard and wear-resistant material commonly used in cutting tools and other applications.

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Tungsten Steel YW1

Tungsten steel YW1 is used for precision machining applications because it maintains dimensional accuracy and produces high-quality surface finishes.

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W-Cu Series (ASTM)

Tungsten-Copper (W-Cu) alloys have a balance of high thermal conductivity, wear resistance, and electrical conductivity.

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W-Ni-Cu Series (ASTM)

The W-Ni-Cu series refers to tungsten heavy alloys that consist of tungsten (W), nickel (Ni), and copper (Cu). These alloys are known for their high density, excellent radiation shielding properties, and good mechanical strength.

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W-Ni-Fe Series (ASTM)

The W-Ni-Fe series are composed of tungsten heavy alloys with varying compositions, characterized by the weight percentages of tungsten (W), nickel (Ni), and iron (Fe).

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TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW

Basic Knowledge of Tungsten Steel

What is Tungsten Steel?

Tungsten steel is a type of steel that contains tungsten as its main alloying element. This element, usually present in amounts between 2% and 18% by weight, along with small amounts of molybdenum and vanadium, gives the steel exceptional heat, corrosion, and wear resistance.

Tungsten has been used for a long time in alloying steel, forming a hard carbide and iron tungstite. However, high tungsten content can make the alloy brittle and prone to fracturing instead of bending.

Advantages of Tungsten Steel

High melting point

Excellent hardness

Superior wear resistance

Good thermal conductivity

Corrosion resistance

High density

Strong and durable

Resistant to deformation

Ideal for cutting tools and high-temperature applications.

Applications of Tungsten Steel

Aerospace components

Electrical contacts

Filament in light bulbs

Radiation shielding

Missile and rocket components

High-temperature furnace parts

Ballistic penetrators

Welding electrodes

Medical devices

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Machining Tungsten Steel Buying FAQ

We generally select tungsten heavy alloys for machining, as their machinability and engineering properties are similar to steel. We generally use milling, drilling, cutting, grinding, joining, plating, sawing, tapping, turning, waterjet cutting, wire cutting and sinker EDM for machining.
Yes, we have rich experience in processing customized tungsten steel rings, our machine shop has advanced CNC equipment and skilled machinists, we can provide diverse solutions for your projects!
It may not be an ideal choice for traditional sword-making. Swords typically require a balance of hardness and flexibility to withstand impacts and prevent breakage. Tungsten steel, being extremely hard, is more brittle and may be prone to fracturing under heavy impact.
It is not commonly used for bulletproof applications. Bulletproof materials must exhibit a combination of hardness, toughness, and the ability to absorb and dissipate energy upon impact. Due to its hardness and brittleness, tungsten steel may not be well-suited for this purpose.
Tungsten steel is very hard and resistant to wear but also brittle. This means that it is more likely to break than bend under stress.
Tungsten steel is not a good electrical conductor. Tungsten itself has relatively poor electrical conductivity. Tungsten carbide, which is a compound of tungsten and carbon, is even less conductive.

Other Materials

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Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is durable, corrosion-resistant, and visually appealing. It's widely used because of its strength, low maintenance, and ability to withstand various temperatures and chemicals.

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Aluminum

Aluminum is one of the most commonly used metals in the world because of its excellent strength-to-weight ratio, low cost, and recyclability.

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Alloy Steel

Powerful than carbon steel, more wear-resistant, more tear-resistant. Alloy steel is durable and can withstand high-temperature environments.

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