stainless steel cNC machining

cnc machining Stainless steel parts have excellent corrosion resistance, good mechanical properties, high-precision machining capabilities and long service life

Stainless steel cNC machining cNC machining material description

Stainless steel has excellent corrosion resistance, good mechanical properties, high-precision processing ability and long service life, good weldability and machinability, and excellent surface quality, which is very suitable for various CNC machining projects

Advantages Of Stainless steel

  • Excellent corrosion resistance
  • good mechanical properties
  • High precision machining
  • Excellent surface quality
  • Good weldability and workability
  • Long life and low maintenance costs
  • Complex shape processing possible
stainless steel cnc machining

Stainless Steel CNC Machining Applications

Stainless steel is used to produce indispensable processing materials in aerospace, automotive, chemical, medical, food processing and many other industries.

  • Architecture and Decoration
  • Kitchen and catering equipment
  • Chemical and Energy
  • Medical devices and biopharmaceuticals
  • Electronic products and household appliances
  • Aerospace

Stainless Steel Grades We Work With

We offer a variety of stainless steel options to meet any specifications or requirements. Stainless steel 304/304L and 316/316L, as well as stainless steel 303 and 360 (17-4), are high-quality choices for CNC machining projects that require milling or turning. View specific parameters of stainless steel material

Stainless steel 303

This is an austenitic steel variety that can be most easily machined. This stainless steel has great toughness but its resistance to corrosion may be lowered when adding sulfur to it. It’s suitable for high volume production by virtue of its good machinability.

Stainless steel 304

This type of stainless steel contains 8% nickel, 18% chromium, and a maximum carbon concentration of 0.07%. Its superior properties such as good formability and corrosion resistance can be shown after CNC machining. It is applied to decorate any kitchen, home design, and theme.

Stainless steel 316

This stainless steel type has higher chemical and corrosion resistance than 304, so it is ideal for applications in the marine and defense industry, such as boat fittings and chemical tanks. Moreover, it can be formed, machined, and welded as easily as traditional steels.

Stainless steel 416 

This is a steel grade with the highest machinability. However, it achieves its increased machinability by sacrificing the corrosion resistance, so it is generally easy to be eroded compared to other stainless steel counterparts.

Stainless steel 17-4PH

This is a precipitation-hardened (PH) steel grade with excellent corrosion resistance and oxidation. It can be hardened up to 44 HRC. The mechanical properties of this steel can be easily enhanced by heat treatment. Applications include gas turbines and chemical processing parts.

Stainless steel 15-5

This is a precipitation-hardened (PH) metal. Compared to other martensitic grades, it has better transverse properties, strength, and toughness. The low-temperature heat treatment can be used to improve its mechanical properties.

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