High mechanical strength, Thermal, Wear, and Corrosion resistance. Stainless steel is low-cost and can be machined easily. Parts made from Stainless steel are durable and do not lose that strength over time.
Stainless Steel At a Glance
|Process compatibility||Applications||Alloys||Tolerances||Wall Thickness||Max Part Size||Strengths||Lead Time||Price|
|Parts for construction, automotive, aerospace, defense, hardware, and tool sectors, which requires excellent corrosion resistance.||Stainless Steel 201|
Stainless Steel 301
Stainless Steel 303
Stainless Steel (304L)
Stainless Steel (316L)
Stainless Steel (410)
Stainless Steel (420)
Stainless Steel (440C)
Stainless Steel (17-4 PH)
|Not lower than ±0.125mm (±0.005″) based on the drawing ( ISO 2768). It can be adjusted for complex shapes.||Minimum 0.03″ (0.80 mm), but this can change depending on the alloy type and the proportion of the wall thickness to the linear dimension.||200 x 80 x 100 cm||High mechanical strength, Thermal, Wear, and Corrosion resistance||Minimum 3 days. Not more than 10 days; for all complex parts.||$$$$|
Introduction to Stainless Steel
Stainless steel contains carbon and chromium as alloying materials, significantly improving mechanical strength. It offers High tensile strength, corrosion, and thermal resistance.
Steel is easily machined and welded, allowing for the creation of many different shapes. It has extensive applications in the construction, automotive, aerospace, defense, hardware, and tool sectors, among many others.
The surface finish for stainless steel is simple and has a bright silver tone, making it aesthetically pleasing.