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There are four main reasons why stainless steel is a good choice for a metal stamping project. Stainless steel is corrosion resistant, strong, low-cost and has a long-life span. The metal lasts and almost never needs a refurbishing type of maintenance. With an impressive life cycle and decent upfront cost, stainless steel is a cost-effective choice for almost any application. Read More…

Stainless Steel Stampings Stamping presses and stamping dies are tools used to produce high volume sheet metal parts. A press provides the force to close the stamping dies where they shape and cut the sheet metal into finished products.
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Gurnee, IL  |  847-855-9200

We are the metal stampings experts. We have over 30 years of experience creating customized solutions for our customers in a wide variety of industries. We are fully 9001:2008 certified, and we bring that high quality commitment to everything we do.

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American Industrial Company $$$

Crystal Lake, IL  |  815-455-1900

Manufacturer of precision metal stampings for the automotive, electronics, electrical, medical, industrial & consumer markets.

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G&M Mfg. Corp. $$$

Cleveland, OH  |  888-327-6714

As a premiere metal stamping company in the United States, we are fully capable of producing the engineered products you need to get to get your job done.

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Talan Products Inc. $$$

Glendale Heights, IL  |  888-327-8077

Fast-Rite International offers a full line of top quality metal stampings, including multi-slide, four slide, progressive die products, and precision laser cutting. Our products can be manufactured from various materials such as steel, bronze, copper, brass, aluminum, steel and stainless steel. Visit our website or call us today for more details on our metal stamping capabilities.

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Fast-Rite International, Inc. $$$

Grand Rapids, MI  |  616-453-5463

Apex Spring & Stamping is a certified minority owned company that manufacturers springs, stampings, wire forms, clips, and fasteners. Our core industries include automotive, office furniture, medical, recreational, consumer goods, and appliances. We also specialize in value added assembly and prototyping. Our engineering team will ensure your part is both functional and cost-effective. IATF 16949 Certified.

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Apex Spring & Stamping Corporation $$$

Calabasas, CA  |  866-317-0208

At Pacific West America, Inc. we provide custom metal stamping, CNC machining, printed circuit boards, and membrane switches. Utilizing state of the art machinery, we offer precision metal fabrication and sheet metal fabrication.

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Pacific West America, Inc. $$$

Mesa, AZ  |  520-720-3085

ZETWERK provides high-quality metal stampings for a variety of industries. We offer our customers a wide selection of custom materials for their stamping needs. This includes stainless steel, aluminum, beryllium copper, and cold-rolled steel. ZETWERK is ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100D certified.

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ZETWERK $$$

Fairview, OR  |  503-256-0230

Connor produces custom, precision stamped miniature, thin gauge components, such as internal antenna, contacts & RF shields for electronics & telecommunications. Tolerances of +/- 0.001” to ANSI, Mil-Spec & ASTM standards. Both prototype & high volumes--up to 1,500 stampings per minute! We work with aluminum, copper, carbon steel, Inconel & titanium, & offer plating, welding, assembly & packaging.

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Connor Manufacturing Services $$$

Buffalo, NY  |  716-885-4037

Great Lakes Pressed Steel Corporation is your reliable supplier of precision metal stamping, rolling services, and custom services. Our staff is here to meet all of your needs. If you would like more information about our company please give us a call today!

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Great Lakes Pressed Steel Corporation $$$
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Stainless steel is a ferrous alloy with no less than 10% chromium content, which serves to prevent oxidation in stainless steel stampings.

There are five types of stainless steel, ferritic, austenitic, martensitic, duplex and precipitation hardening. Stainless steel alloys are ideal for uses requiring rust and corrosion resistance, durability, high impact strength, and excellent weldability. Two of the most popular stainless steel alloys are grade 301 SS and grade 304 SS. While both 301 and 304 use iron for their main ingredient, the two alloys have a couple of key differences in their chemical composition. Grade 304 gets more chromium and nickel than grade 301 does, this tends to make grade 304 more expensive than grade 301.

Different variables will affect which stainless steel should be used, what is the corrosive environment, temperature operation needed, strength needed, degree of forming required and cost preferred. Corrosion can be disappointing for someone, often the end-user. Causes of disappointments can fall into only a few basic categories, but in nearly all cases, a little basic knowledge can prevent or significantly improve the situation. Customers must understand the importance of surface finish in determining corrosion resistance, they must also understand the importance of post-fabrication treatments.

There are almost countless industries that use stainless steel stamping products, but some of the main ones are automotive, marine, hardware, HVAC, appliance, electrical, food service, medical, construction and lawn and garden.

Stainless steel stamping is substantially different than other metal stamping processes, making it vitally important to find a stamping provider with the right experience and expertise. Stainless steel is generally chosen for deep drawn stampings when parts need high wear resistance and exposure to elements, heat and certain corrosive agents.

Custom stainless steel stamping can be necessary, depending on what the stainless steel stamped product is needed for. Most stamping shops offer custom design and fabrication of stainless steel stamped products from start to finish. Design engineers can help choose the appropriate methods for manufacturing the stamping. When an appropriate routing sequence is determined, the dies are designed for accuracy, repeatability and ease of maintenance. The tool makers build the dies and after testing, the dies are released to production and the product can begin production.

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