Stainless Steel Stamping Components
These Stainless Steel Stamping Components include:
301 Stainless Steel – Superior corrosion resistance and moderately high tensile strength
304 Stainless Steel – Food-grade quality and has a moderate tensile strength
316 Stainless Steel – Incorporates molybdenum for improved strength and corrosion resistance
430 Stainless Steel – Provides maximum flexibility and good corrosion resistance
Stainless steel is a steel alloy with a minimum of 10.5% chromium content by mass. Stainless steel is a commonly chosen metal for many metal stamping projects due to its resistance to corrosion and staining.
FRIMA Stamping has extensive stainless steel stamping experience with all types of stainless steel including 300 and 400 series as well as other specific stainless steel types.
FRIMA Stainless Steel Stamping Components experience
FRIMA experience with stainless steel stamping ranges from small thin gauge parts to large heavy gauge products. 25+ years of experience allows us to maintain high accuracy for the precision parts required by our customers. Our competencies also extend to blanking, piercing, forming, and drawing of stainless steel parts.
Stainless steel does not readily corrode, rust or stain with water as ordinary steel does. There are different grades and surface finishes of stainless steel to suit the environment the alloy must endure.
Stainless steel is often used where steel’s properties and corrosion resistance are required. There are over 150 grades of stainless steel, of which fifteen are the most commonly used. Stainless steel can be milled into coils, sheets, plates, bars, wire, and tubing to be used in cookware, cutlery, household hardware, surgical instruments, major appliances, industrial equipment, and as an automotive and aerospace structural alloy and construction material.
Its use is extended to commercial kitchens and food processing plants, as it can be steam-cleaned and sterilized and does not need paint or other surface finishes.
What can you choose for Stainless Steel Stamping Components?
Stainless steel differs from carbon steel by the amount of chromium present. Unprotected carbon steel readily forms rust or iron oxide when exposed to air and moisture. Stainless steel contains sufficient chromium to form a passive film of chromium oxide, which prevents further surface corrosion by blocking oxygen diffusion to the steel surface thereby blocking corrosion from spreading into the metal’s internal structure.
Stainless steel’s resistance to corrosion and staining, low maintenance, and familiar luster make it an ideal material for many applications such as:
- Monuments and sculptures
- Passenger rail cars
- Aircraft Components
FRIMA Stainless Steel Stamping Components provides stainless steel stamping, fabrication, and tooling for the Automotive, Electrical, Electronic, Medical, Aviation, Construction, & Industrial markets.
Stainless Steel Stamping Components Capabilities include:
- Quality Stamped Stainless Steel, from design to production
- Rapid Prototypes of custom metal stamped and formed components
- Design & Engineering
- Short & Long run Stainless Steel Stamping
- Custom Stainless Steel Stamping
What can you benefit from Stainless Steel Stamping Components?
Whether you’re manufacturing lighting fixtures for decorative, or industrial use, Frima Stamping has the expertise to provide your business with the highest quality stamped metal parts available. We’ll produce the components you need to your exact specifications in Custom Stainless Steel Stamping.
Our industry-leading stamping process and talented staff allow us to provide metal forms with blanked dimensions +/-.005″ on the shear side of the part and formed dimensions +/-.010 inside a bend. We specialize in product start-ups, legacy products, and low to medium-volume product lines.
Our company is backed by ISO 9001:2015 certification, so you know you’ll get the best part every time..
Custom Stainless Steel Stamping Components
Contact us to request a quote on your next stainless steel project. At FRIMA, we provide the most popular stainless alloys on the market in order to meet your business needs.
- Formed, stamped, or fabricated parts
- Carbon Steel, Stainless Steels, Aluminum, or Copper Alloys
- Annual quantity per part number: 1,000 units to 100,000 units
Raw Material Thickness
- Hot Rolled Steel, Cold Rolled Steel, or Galvanized Steel: 0.15″ to .194″ (6 gages)
- Stainless Steel (annealed): .015″ to .120″
- Aluminum or Copper Alloys: .015 to .190″
- Ideal Part Size: Formed parts with flat backs less than 8.5″x11″
- Possible Part Size: Formed parts with flat backs up to 14″x17″
- Pierced Holes: +/-.003″ on the shear side of the hole
- Blanked Dimensions: +/-.005″ on the shear side of the part
- Formed Dimensions: +/-.010″ inside of a bend
- Bend angles: +/-1 °
Value Added Secondaries
- Orbital Riveting
- CD Stud Welding
- PEM Fastener Insertion
- Kitting & Labeling
Information Desired for Quotes
- Part Drawings
- Part Volumes
- Specifications for Materials & Finish
- Brief Description of Project
- Samples, if available
To expedite tooling design and ensure quality and mutual understanding, our engineers employ top-of-the-line CAD packages such as AutoCAD and Cadkey, as well as 3D packages such as Pro E and SolidWorks.
Our manufacturers’ stamping operations utilize precision metal stamping presses for such materials as beryllium copper, phosphorous bronze, stainless steel, copper, and cold rolled steel.
Importing metal stamping from a China manufacturer can be easy and seamless with support. We support you in the communication, design, and shipping of your metal stamping needs.
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