Stainless Steel CNC Machining
Stainless steel CNC machined parts are corrosion-resistant when used in liquid environments and vapors below 1200°F (650°C) and heat-resistant when used above this temperature. The base alloy elements of any nickel-base or stainless steel are chromium (Cr), nickel (Ni), and molybdenum (Mo). These three chemical compositions will determine the grain structures and mechanical properties and will be instrumental in the ability to combat heat, wear, and corrosion. Due to its unique physical properties of corrosion resistance and heat resistance, stainless steel CNC machining parts are popular in a wide range of applications, especially those in harsh environments. Common markets for stainless steel machined parts include oil and gas, fluid power, transportation, hydraulic systems, food industry, hardware and locks, agriculture...etc.