Stainless Steel Casting and Polishing for Cookware Handles

Stainless Steel Casting and Polishing for Cookware Handles

Cookware products are becoming an important element of our daily lives during this unique period of time. Cookware handles are the common replacements used in the kitchen. To be corrosion resistant and rust resistant, the cookware handles are generally designed and produced by investment casting process in stainless steel. “We are looking to find a manufacturing partner for stainless steel cookware handles. We have 13 different shapes. We require 304SS with a buffed or polished finish. MOQ per part would…

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Brush Finish for Stainless Steel Castings

Brush Finish for Stainless Steel Castings

Generally, to be smooth and clean, the surface of stainless steel castings are just shot blasted, which is a low cost surface finishing method. Besides shot blasting, there are some other surface finishing methods after stainless steel casting, including sand blasting, electropolishing, brush finish, mirror polishing, etc. Among them, brush finish is also a common surface finish method required by our customers. What is Brush Finish? Brush finish, sometimes also called satin finish, is the surface finish method by polishing…

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Investment Casting for Stainless Steel Claw Anchor

Investment Casting for Stainless Steel Claw Anchor

Claw anchor, also called bruce anchor, is designed to take hold in soft and sandy bottoms and to prevent drift. Such durable claw anchors for marine boat are usually constructed by investment casting in high-grade stainless steel . These anchors have been molded and investment cast to have the good quality as the anchors used to secure oil rigs in the North Sea. When not in use, the anchors will stow easily on the bow roller of most boats. Due…

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Stainless Steel Casting for Bruce Boat Anchor

Stainless Steel Casting for Bruce Boat Anchor

Bruce type anchors are one of the most popular anchors for marine application and are known for their high holding power and self setting capability. For boaters anchoring in a variety of bottom conditions, including sand, mud, rock, and coral, bruce anchor is the boat anchor we recommend most. It has slightly less holding per pound than similar style anchors such as the Delta/Wing but it generally sets more easily. Each bruce anchor includes a small trip line point at…

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Investment Casting for Stainless Steel Flanges

Investment Casting for Stainless Steel Flanges

Stainless steel flange simplified as SS flange, it refers to the flanges that made of stainless steel. Stainless steel flanges are highly resistant to rust, are much stronger and can out perform carbon steel flanges and provide much more corrosion resistance than your aluminum or steel flanges. Stainless steel flanges are generally produced by investment casting or forging process. Investment casting is a lost wax casting process that forms stainless steel flanges by pouring liquid steel water into the cavity…

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Stainless Steel Casting for Marine Application

Stainless Steel Casting for Marine Application

Stainless steel casting and aluminum casting are the most commonly adopted metal forming processes today when it comes to the construction of complex metal parts for marine application. While aluminium castings are light, they have limited corrosion resistance in seawater and requires significant maintenance. Stainless steel castings, thus, are recognised as the premium selection for marine applications for the excellent corrosion resistance, lustre, strength and stiffness. Why Stainless Steel for Marine Application? For many marine applications, grade 304 (UNS S30400/S30403)…

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316L Stainless Steel Casting

316L Stainless Steel Casting

316L stainless steel is low carbon version of 316 stainless steel. Compared with 316 stainless steel castings, the lower carbon content of 316L stainless steel castings helps improve the weldability as well as corrosion resistance. The added Molybedum in 316L stainless steel castings gives the parts much better pitting resistance than the traditional 304L stainless steel castings. This alloy is one of the most widely used cast stainless steel grades showing up in just about every industry and is often…

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Aluminum Die Casting In China for Automotive Industry

Aluminum Die Casting In China for Autotomotive Industry

Many automotive companies from UK, USA, Canada, Canada and so on, are sourcing their automotive components made from aluminum die casting in China. The higher demands on automotive die casting parts makes some top leading aluminum die casting companies like CFS Foundry booming. Aluminum die castings are used in a variety of automotive manufacturing processes. The automotive companies are expecting their orders to increase by nearly 40 percent over the next six years in China. This is due to the…

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The Excellence of Stainless Steel Investment Casting

The Excellence of Stainless Steel Investment Casting

Stainless steel investment casting is a complex and hard working process that is a necessity for the creation of many stainless steel components with high size accuracy, from marine parts to golf club heads. Even though the investment casting process has a long history, the stainless steel casting process actually get improved since its original invention. With the exception of the types of equipments and supplies used to melt and shape the metal, the overall stainless steel investment casting process…

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What Makes A Good Stainless Steel Casting Supplier?

What Makes A Good Stainless Steel Casting Supplier

Stainless steel investment casting is more precise and can make complex components. This process is used in making different types of stainless steel parts with complex shape, close tolerance and smooth surface. Unlike in sand casting, in investment casting there is a mold which is machined out and the mold is injected with wax where in it produces wax model. It will be followed with a wax assembly together with other waxes from the tree mold. Different sizes can be…

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