Custom Stainless Steel Fabrication Services
Our engineering experts provide custom manufactured stainless steel components that can be built to your exact specifications. All of our production runs happen under our roof, and we also provide in-house services such as welding, cutting, rolling, forming, machining, and finishing.
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Both aluminum and stainless steel are ideal materials for many custom fabrication projects, but stainless steel is typically used in cases that require a stronger material. It is three times the weight of aluminum and offers benefits such as:
- Clean surface
- Inexpensive durability
- High resistance to corrosion
- High strength
- High & low-temperature resistance
- No fabrication limitations
Capabilities- Laser cutting
- Metal forming
- Metal stamping
- MIG and TIG welding
- Automated hardware insertion
- Grinding and finishing
- Designing prototypes ENQUIRE
ProjectsWe are committed to producing products that are high-quality and long-lasting, so you can rest assured that you are making a sound choice by relying on our team. Some examples of our stainless steel fabrication services include crossovers, platforms, custom metal chutes and part storage bins. ENQUIRE
Stainless Steel Fabrication FAQs
Both stainless steel and mild steel are used in a host of steel fabrication projects, but their alloying materials make them different. The alloy in mild steel is carbon, while the alloy in stainless steel is chromium. The differences in alloy materials result in internal structural property changes that impact each material. The chromium in stainless steel is responsible for giving it its name, as it has a high corrosion resistance which results in a material that doesn’t tarnish or stain.
Yes! Although it may be a more difficult material to weld, it is still entirely possible with the right equipment and knowledge. As long as the right filler material is used during the welding process, stainless steel welding is completely possible. MIG welding, or gas metal arc welding, is typically the most successful type of welding for stainless steel materials. We use a shielding gas to further protect the workpiece from contamination during this process.
Both 304 and 316 stainless steel are commonly used in stainless steel fabrication. However, the 304 alloy has a higher melting point. Despite this, 316 stainless steel has better resistance to chemicals and chlorides such as salt than 304 stainless steel does, making it an overall higher-quality option in most circumstances.
The cost of stainless steel fabrication depends on the size and thickness of materials required for the project. Stainless steel metal fabrication typically costs anywhere from $1,200 to $1,500 per ton of material. Custom designs may cost anywhere up to $2,500 per ton. After hearing more about your project’s needs, we’ll always provide you with a custom quote to give you a better idea of how much it will cost.
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- Qualified and committed staff
- State-of-the-art equipment
- Quick turnaround times
- Customer satisfaction