Stainless Steel CNC machining Services In China

Our Stainless Steel CNC machining services provide precision machining of stainless steel components for various industries. We use state-of-the-art CNC machines and tools to ensure accurate and efficient production of parts with tight tolerances and complex geometries.Whether you need small and simple components or large and complex parts, we have the expertise and equipment to produce them efficiently and cost-effectively. Contact us today to discuss your project and learn how we can help you achieve your goals.

our Stainless steel CNC Machining capability

CNC Turning Stainless Steel

CNC turning for stainless steel

Our CNC turning for stainless steel parts is a precise and reliable solution for producing high-quality components. We ensure the highest quality and accuracy of each part produced. Our CNC turning process is designed to provide consistent results, ensuring that each part has the desired shape and size required for various applications.

CNC Milling Stainless Steel

CNC Milling for stainless steel

Our CNC milling for stainless steel parts offers a high level of accuracy and repeatability, allowing us to produce parts with exact specifications consistently. Our CNC milling machines feature advanced software that allows us to program each part with its own unique parameters. We ensure that each stainless steel part meets the highest quality standards.

Gallery of Precision Machined Stainless steel Parts

Our machined parts can be found in nearly every industrial product. From automobiles to aircraft, medical devices to appliances, and virtually everything in between, our precision-machined parts are essential components of modern industrial production.

We also manufacture aluminum parts, brass parts, copper parts, and alloy steel parts.

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Types of Stainless steels

Stainless steels can be sorted according to their crystalline arrangement. This includes Austenitic, ferritic, martensitic, and duplex.

Austenitic stainless steel

Austenitic stainless steel, such as the 300- and 200-series, is highly malleable and does not harden when subjected to pressure. They are also non-magnetic in an annealed condition.

Ferritic stainless steels

Ferritic stainless steels are magnetically active and provide better heat transmission than austenitic stainless. They cannot be hardened through the process of thermal treatment.

Martensitic stainless steel 

Stainless steel of the martensitic type, like 416 and 420, is a type of stainless steel often used in applications requiring good strength and moderate corrosion resistance. And can be hardened in a variety of ways, including aging or thermal processing.

Duplex stainless steel

Duplex stainless steel, also known as austenitic-ferritic, is a type of stainless steel composed of two phases – austenite and ferrite. It is a specialized grade that offers increased resistance to corrosion. It is commonly utilized in industrial and architectural applications.

Grades of Stainless Steel Avaliable

Stainless Steel 316

Stainless Steel 316 is an austenitic stainless steel containing molybdenum, which increases its resistance to corrosion and pitting. It also contains 18% chromium and 10% nickel and small amounts of carbon, phosphorus, sulfur, silicon, and nitrogen. This combination of elements gives Stainless Steel 316 excellent corrosion resistance in environments exposed to salt water, chlorine, sulfuric acid, and other chemicals. 

Stainless Steel 304

Stainless Steel 304 is a type of steel alloy composed mainly of iron and chromium. It also contains nickel, molybdenum, and manganese. Its strength makes it suitable for use in various applications, such as kitchenware, cutlery, medical instruments, and other industrial items. It also provides excellent thermal properties, allowing it to be used in high-temperature environments.

Stainless Steel 416

Stainless Steel 416 is a martensitic stainless steel alloy with excellent machinability, reasonable strength, and corrosion resistance properties. It contains around 12% chromium and 0.12% carbon. It is one of the most machinable stainless steel available. But it generally rusts easier than its other stainless steel counterparts.

Stainless Steel 303

Stainless Steel 303 is austenitic stainless steel made up of 18% chromium and 8% nickel. This grade of austenitic stainless steel was engineered to be simpler to machine than SS304, with sulfur among the components. This addition, however, decreases the alloy’s capability to resist corrosion compared to SS304. It is suitable for items that require extensive machinings, such as gears and shafts.

Finishing Options For Stainless Steel CNC machining Parts

The finish of stainless steel varies greatly depending on surface roughness, but it’s generally characterized as shinier than unfinished aluminum alloys and slightly darker and more silver. Stainless steel parts can also be media-blasted, sanded, hand-polished, and powder coated to achieve many surface finishes.

Media-blasting

Media-blasting is a technique used to clean, strip, etch, or smooth the surface of stainless steel.  This process removes any contaminants and creates a smoother finish than what was previously present. The advantages of media-blasting include cost-effectiveness and efficiency when compared to other cleaning methods like sanding.

Sanded

Sanded is a technique used to smooth out rough surfaces on stainless steel. It involves the use of abrasive material (such as sandpaper) to gradually remove small amounts of stainless steel from the surface, producing a smoother finish. Sanding can be done by hand or with power tools such as belt sanders and orbital sanders.

Hand-polished

Hand-polished is a process that involves manually buffing and polishing an SS part to give it a glossy and smooth finish, often used when the part requires a higher degree of finish than what can be achieved with machine polishing. An end result is an SS part that has a beautiful shine and a smooth surface that looks pristine.

Powder coated 

Powder coating is the process of applying a dry powder to the stainless steel surface and then curing it with heat. The powder forms an even layer that adheres to the metal surface when heated and melted. This process has many benefits, such as improved durability and appearance and increased resistance to corrosion, weathering, and abrasion. 

Stainless Steel quality control

Why Choose Our stainless steel CNC Machining?

1. Strict quality control  

Our CNC machining is with Strict quality control system and ISO 9001:2008 certification, and our products meet European/Japan Quality Standards. Every working procedure will be checked by the responsible QC, which ensures the parts’ quality. 

2. Professional machining 

Our machining shop has over 30 sets of automatic CNC machines and lathes, which ensures the repeatability, stability, and efficiency of the production process. 

3. Better services

We offer stainless steel parts, competitive prices, and solutions to your engineering problems! Our technical staff will work with you from start to finish through every step of the machining process, considering all factors to deliver a quality end result that satisfies our customers’ unique needs.

Machined Stainless Steel Part Applications

Stainless steel is corrosion and oxidation resistant, resulting in greater component life and a lower total cost of machined components. Stainless steel CNC machining is widely used in various industries, including the medical industry, robotics, food and beverage industry, aerospace, and any industry that requires high-strength applications.

Here are some examples:

-The medical industry uses machined stainless steel parts for various applications, including surgical instruments and implants. 

-The food and beverage industry relies on machined stainless steel components for processing and handling equipment. 

-Machined stainless steel is also used in the construction of scientific apparatus and machinery and consumer goods such as appliances and automotive parts. 

– Other common applications for machined stainless steel parts include aerospace and defense, oil and gas, and power generation.

Properties Of stainless steel Make It Suitable For CNC Machining

Strength and Aesthetic Appeal

The widespread use of stainless steel machining is mainly attributed to its remarkable strength-to-weight ratio, allowing for the manufacture of parts from thinner materials. The robustness of stainless steel can be elevated even further through heat curing or cold hardening, depending on the intended purpose. Stainless steel is available in a variety of finishes that provide a chic and modern look to blend in with any kitchen or home design.

Corrosion Resistance

Stainless steel has high corrosion resistance, allowing it to be used in multiple environments. Grades of steel with reduced alloying elements can withstand atmospheric conditions, while those with higher alloying components can fend off exposure to acids, chloride, and alkaline solutions. Austenitic stainless steel grades with superior chromium have enhanced resistance to corrosive surroundings.

Highly Versatile and Flexible

The flexibility of stainless steel allows it to be formed, welded, cut and machined as easily as traditional steel. Sulfur can be incorporated to enhance its formability even more. The austenitic type of stainless steel is usually deemed the most pliable and adaptable variation.

Low Maintenance and Durable

Stainless steel is a popular choice for industrial machining due to its minimal upkeep requirements. It can also tolerate extreme temperatures and conditions, making it much more durable than other metals at a cost-effective price. 

FAQ

The cost of CNC stainless steel depends largely on the type of steel used and the amount of machining required. Generally, CNC stainless steel is more expensive than regular steel due to its superior strength and durability. The price can range anywhere from $3 to $10 per pound. The cost could be significantly higher if you’re looking for high-end stainless steel with intricate detailing. Factors like grade, thickness, and quantity will influence the final price. It’s important to research different manufacturers to find the best price for your project. With a bit of research and comparison shopping, you can find the perfect CNC stainless steel solution for your needs at an affordable cost.

Stainless steel CNC machining offers numerous advantages for manufacturing components and products. Due to its strength and corrosion resistance, stainless steel is often the ideal choice for industrial applications. CNC machining can also provide greater precision than manual machining methods, resulting in higher-quality parts that are more consistent in size and shape. CNC machining speeds up production times, as components can be produced quickly with minimal waste material. Using stainless steel CNC machining makes it possible to produce complex shapes and intricate details that would otherwise be impossible to achieve with traditional methods. 

The 400 series family of stainless steel is a group of ferritic and martensitic alloys with excellent corrosion resistance, strength, and durability. They are heat treatable and can be machined, welded, and formed easily. Commonly used grades in the 400 series family include 405, 409, 430, 439, and 440A/B/C. These alloys have a low carbon content making them resistant to intergranular corrosion. They also contain chromium, giving them superior oxidation resistance and strength at high temperatures. The 400 series alloys are magnetic due to their higher concentration of ferrite and martensite relative to austenite. They also have good ductility allowing them to be cold-worked into different shapes without losing their properties.

Looking for precision Stainless Steel CNC machining China services?

Look no further than our expert team! Contact us today to discuss your project requirements and get a quote. Let us take your project to the next level with our state-of-the-art equipment and years of experience in the industry. Don’t settle for less; choose the best for your stainless steel CNC machining needs.