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Low Carbon Steel Laser Cutting | Laser Cutting Company, Inc.Low carbon steels are also an engaging choice for their cheap, malleable and ductile properties. They are more likely to exhibit distortion and work hardening than other metals. Low carbon steels are easy to form and laser cut. CO 2 and fiber lasers are used to cut low carbon parts, with some resulting roughness on the part. Deburring or shot peening may be required to produce a smooth surface.

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