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What steel includes

    Steel is a material with various shapes, sizes and properties required by steel ingots, billets or steel through pressure processing.
    Steel non-ferrous metals, also known as non-ferrous metals, refer to metals and alloys other than ferrous metals, such as copper, tin, lead, zinc, aluminum, brass, bronze, aluminum alloy, and bearing alloys. In addition, chromium, nickel, manganese, molybdenum, cobalt steel, vanadium, tungsten, titanium, etc. are also used in industry. These metals are mainly used as alloy additions to improve the properties of metals. Among them, tungsten, steel titanium, molybdenum, etc. are mostly used for production Cemented carbide for cutting tools. The above non-ferrous metals are called industrial metals. In addition to steel, there are precious metals: platinum, gold, silver and other rare metals, including radioactive uranium, radium and other steel materials.