Custom Stainless Steel Stamping Alloys (301, 304, 316, etc.)
Common stainless steel stamping uses include aircraft engine manifolds, aircraft components, furnace fixtures, saw blades, bellows, welded tanks, chemical processing equipment, medical devices, and more. We stamp and tool the following SS types:
|Types of Stainless Steel:|
Stamping 301 Stainless Steel
Moderately high tensile strength and corrosion resistance. Available in hard, half hard and full hard.
|Stamping 304 Stainless Steel||The workhorse of the 300 SS series, where moderate tensile properties, corrosion resistance are required, and most common in food-grade quality stainless steel & stainless steel disc stamping|
|Stamping 316 & 316L Stainless Steel||Modification of the basic 300 SS series. Added molybdenum improves strength and corrosion resistance. Used for pharmaceutical, food processing, and marine environments.|
|Stamping 321 & 347 Stainless Steel||Variations of the basic 18-8 composition. Stabilized by alloy addition to improve weldability and high-temperature service.|
|Stamping 17-7PH Stainless Steel||Heat-treatable stainless steel with forming characteristics of 304. May be hardened up to 200 thousand tensile strength after cold forming.|
Stainless Steel stamping Components operations include:
- Metal Forming
- Short Run & Prototyping
- Stainless steel disc stamping
Characteristics of Stamped Stainless Steel Components,
Features and advantages of stainless steel include:
Fire and heat resistance: Stainless steel that is alloyed with high amounts of chromium and nickel are especially resistant to thermal stress.
Aesthetics: Consumers appreciate the clean, modern look of stainless steel, and it can also be electropolished for improved finish.
Long-term cost-effectiveness: While it may cost more initially, stainless steel endures for decades without a breakdown in quality or appearance.
Sanitary: Trusted by the pharmaceutical and food & beverage industries because it is easy to clean, some stainless steel alloys are also considered food-grade.
Sustainability: Stainless steel is considered one of the most sustainable alloy choices, making it ideal for use in green manufacturing methods.