|Material||Non-ferrous alloy materials like carbon steel, stainless steel, galvanized steel, aluminum, copper, brass, etc|
|Surface Finish||All kinds of surface treatments are available like chrome plating, zinc plating, nick plating, powder coating,e-coating, dip coating, mirror polishing, etc.|
|Application||Electronic/Appliance/Auto/Industrial equipment metal stamping hardware parts|
|Processing||Our process includes tooling fabrication, stamping, deep drawing, punching, spinning, laser cutting, bending, seamless, welding, machining and assembly|
|Quality Control||Liability System and Periodical QC online every hour|
|Main Market||USA/Germany/Canada/Italy/United Kingdom/Australia/Pakistan/French,etc|
The most fascinating part of stainless steel small stamping parts is that the gloss of stainless steel is very good, with very suitable hardness, it is easy to form the required shape in the production process, and the product is not easy to deform and damage during use.
Stainless steel stamping parts have a good anti-corrosion function and increase the service life of the product by 10-12 years. The stainless steel material can accept a variety of surface treatments, such as sandblasting, wire drawing, polishing, coating, electrolytic polishing, etc.
Although the price will be slightly higher than other materials, for the use of stainless steel stamping products, stainless steel stamping products are cost-effective products.
As a reliable metal products supplier, The Atlas Metal team has more than 30 years of combined experience in prototype machining, CNC manufacturing, vacuum casting service.And has a high-level technological group of 25 peoples.The processing quality of the rapid manufacturing is stable, the processing precision is high, and the appearance is exquisite.
Choosing the best material for metal hardware parts requires careful consideration of several factors, including:
One of the most important factors to consider is the material’s ability to adequately support your application. For example, stainless steel is often used for plumbing components due to its durability, temperature resistance, and corrosion resistance, while copper is often preferred for electrical components and connectors since it provides high thermal and electrical conductivity.
In addition to performance and appearance considerations, it is important to make sure the cost of the raw material fits within your project’s budget.
A material’s formability describes its ability to bend or deform without cracking or fracturing. ESI’s Bend Rating scale assigns colors to different metals to indicate their level of formability, with green representing the highest formability and red representing the lowest.
A variety of finishes can be applied to stamped metal parts to enhance functional qualities such as strength, temperature resistance, and corrosion resistance. Finishes can also improve the aesthetics of a stamped part by providing them with a smoother, more attractive exterior.
Tensile strength measures a material’s ability to resist breaking when a force is applied. The selected material should provide the required tensile strength to withstand the mechanical stresses it will encounter during use.
The weldability of the material should be considered when welding is a necessary processing step. Soldering materials with low weldability may require advanced tools and techniques, which can negatively impact your timeline and budget.
Machinability describes how easily the material can be cut using machining tools. For stamped parts that will require machining operations, it is important to choose a material that can be machined without the use of expensive specialty tools.
Ductility and Formability
A material’s ductility and formability will influence its ability to be successfully manipulated into certain shapes. For example, ductile materials can be pulled into wires and other thin or elongated forms without breaking.