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All-New Stamping works for many industries, including the energy, food service, medical, nuclear, and telecom industries. We can form many materials, including finished and laminated stainless steel with our dies and presses. Our 304 stainless steel stamping process produces precision and quality pieces to your exact specifications.
Our service is ISO 9001 and AS9100 certified, ensuring we can handle any project you throw our way. If you want a stamping service you can count on, All-New Stamping, with several decades in business, is the company for the job.
Stainless steel comes in many alloys, including 301, 304, 316, and 430. Out of the options, 304 is the work-horse of the bunch; it is food-grade with moderate tensile strength, making it ideal for a range of applications:
Stainless steel is a popular medium because it is resistant to staining and corrosion, providing parts with a long and stable use life. The material also meets the demands for durability and resiliency in industrial applications.
Stainless steel is versatile and malleable, allowing for machining, shearing, piercing, and forming with little difficulty using the correct tools and dies. At All-New Stamping, we strive to provide quality parts with fair lead times and minimal expenses through our 304 stainless steel stamping operations.
The stamping solutions we offer are compatible with all budgets and needs. Our progressive die stamping allows us to form complex shapes while limiting setup and production costs. In addition, our operation size allows us to support production runs from one to 1 million pieces or more.
Our plant is 40,000 square feet and includes state-of-the-art equipment. We own and operate stamping presses up to 150 tons, and automated turret punch presses with 36-inch by 48-inch beds. Our operation also includes computerized press brakes and coil feeding, permitting compound and progressive tooling.
The 300 SS series of stainless steel includes several robust materials, but the true work-horse of the series is 304 stainless. The material has many of the typical benefits found in most stainless materials, but it shows higher corrosion resistance, temperature resistance, and strength.
The material is most commonly used for custom stamping, metal forming, and welding because it is readily malleable and formable. Many industries often utilize this food-grade alloy for the creation of automotive parts, chemical equipment, and food-handling equipment.
We offer 304 stainless steel stamping as one of our services. If you are ready to discuss your next project and the benefits of 304 stainless steel or other alloys, contact us.