Custom Cold Rolled Steel Stamped Parts
Winco Stamping has over 20 years of experience working with cold rolled steel. We provide custom metal stamped parts for countless project types. Our custom short run and medium run stamped parts are produced in our specialty in-house tooling process.
Cold Rolled Steel (CRS) is a hot rolled steel that has gone through an extra strengthening process. This process is known as strain hardening. Strain hardening can increase the strength of cold rolled steel by up to 20% depending on the quality of the steel and the strengthening process used.
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Cold Rolled Steel Advantages
Cold rolled steel offers a number of advantages over traditional hot rolled steel. CRS is lighter than traditional steel without sacrificing strength making it ideal for products that need to be carried or hung, but still require a high level of strength. This metal also has a higher level of corrosion resistance than many other materials. Another important benefit is that cold rolled steel is more workable and formable than hot rolled steel while also being less ductile.
Cold Rolled Steel Parts by Industry
Cold rolled steel is a great choice for decorative light fixtures because it can be produced in a number of unique surface treatments, including painting, plating and specialty coatings.
Steel tables and decorative industrial-style furniture is often made from cold rolled steel. CRS is durable without being too heavy or difficult to work with, making it a great metal for furniture pieces.
Cold rolled steel is the ideal choice for any steel application where aesthetics are important. Unlike hot rolled steel, it can be finished in a variety of ways, creating a unique look.
Cold rolled steel is a strong metal that can be plated, painted or coated, which makes it a durable and attractive choice for mobility products like handrails, wheelchairs and other walking assistants.
Cold rolled steel is dent resistance and the ability to carry the weight of heavy computer systems. It's a great choice for computer-cabinet hardware and other technology applications.
Cold rolled steel is a widely used metal for heavy machinery equipment. It's durable and corrosion-resistant. It's often used for engineering equipment, large machines, construction vehicles and hydraulics.