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1.Product Introduction
Deep drawing is a sheet metal forming process in which a sheet metal blank is radially drawn into a forming die by the mechanical action of a punch. It is thus a shape transformation process with material retention. The process is considered "deep" drawing when the depth of the drawn part exceeds its diameter. Drawing is a metalworking process which uses tensile forces to stretch metal. As the metal is drawn (pulled), it stretches thinner, into a desired shape and thickness. Drawing is classified in two types: sheet metal drawing and wire, bar, and tube drawing. Deep drawing stainless steel parts is the one of the hottest products in the market.
Schematic of deep drawing processDeep drawing stainless steel parts
2.Product Details
Deep drawing stainless steel parts are heavily used in the automotive industry because they are resistant to heat and corrosion. By using a particular grade of magnetic steel, stainless steel parts also offer electrical benefits. Stainless steel medical components, using grades 304, 305, and 430, provide benefits to the medical industry as well. No matter the composition or intended use, we produce quality deep drawn stainless steel parts that are strong, durable, and wear resistant.
Benefits of Deep Drawing with Stainless Steel:
1) Lower cycle times per piece than metal spinning and welding operations.
2) Monolithic parts can be formed from a single piece of sheet or plate material.
3) Rather uniform material thickness can be achieved in stainless steel shapes.
4)Can create deep parts while avoiding welds.

Deep drawing stainless steel parts manufacturing
Item nameDeep drawing stainless steel parts manufacturing
MaterialStainless steel
Surface finishClean
Sample L/T20-25 days for tooling and 2-3 days for sample
Sizeø15*28 mm
PackingSafety packing

4.Part Features
4-1. Corrosion resistant
4-2. Magnetic grades available
4-3. Strong
4-4. Heat treatable

5.Business Advantage
1. High production capacity
2. Over 10 years' experience
3. Best price is based on same quality requirements
4. Reliable Packaging

6.Delivery,Shipping, and Serving
20-25 days for tooling and 2-3 days for sample
1. What Is the Difference Between Stainless and Ordinary Steel?
All steel is iron based, but stainless steel contains chromium at 10% or more by weight. Steel is susceptible to rust, an active iron oxide film that forms when steel is exposed to air and moisture. This iron oxide film is active and accelerates corrosion by forming more iron oxide. Stainless steel is rust resistant because of passivity. Passivity is when chromium forms a passive film of chromium oxide to repair the surface layer and prevent further corrosion.
2. What Are The Characteristics of Stainless Steel?
Stainless steel’s non-corrosive characteristic gives it a long lifespan. With the addition of nickel, the material survives even longer and in several types of environments. By adding molybdenum and nitrogen, stainless gains improved pitting and crevice corrosion resistance. Stainless steel has a high strength-to-weight ratio even at high temperatures. Adding alloys to stainless steel helps it resist heat and scaling. Stainless steel is easy to clean because the surface is non-porous. It is well suited for medical and food-grade applications because it prevents the absorption of bacteria and germs. Stainless steel does not stain and can be polished to create an aesthetic appearance.
3. Is Stainless Steel Magnetic?
Because the predominant element in steel—iron—is magnetic, most steels do have magnetic properties. This is true of many stainless steels, too. All the ferritic, martensitic, and precipitation hardening grades are magnetic.The high nickel and chromium contents of the T300 series of austenitic stainless steels renders the alloys initially non-magnetic. For instance, a common austenitic steel, 304 stainless contains 18% chromium and 8% nickel. However, these alloys can also become magnetic during the cold-working processes used to harden them.
4. Why Choose Stainless Steel vs. Aluminum?
Both stainless steel and aluminum have benefits and weaknesses. Stainless steel is often chosen for applications that require corrosion resistance, heat resistance, and high strength to weight ratio. Aluminum is chosen over stainless steel when the application requires less weight. The same part made from aluminum versus stainless steel is one-third the weight. This is why aluminum is well suited for applications such as airplanes.Stamping Process Service price

Posted 02-13-2020 7:30 PM by dajeon36