“[We appreciate Winco Stamping’s] ability to turn product around. When you need the to step up they go the extra effort when you need it” – Stainless Steel Stamping Client
Stainless Steel Advantages
Stainless steel is a popular metal for many projects because it is resistant to corrosion and staining. Our 60 years of experience with stainless steel has given us the expertise necessary to produce durable stainless steel stampings that meet your exact needs.
The typical process includes:
- Shearing sheet material to strips
- Blanking and Piercing
- Machining (tap, countersink, etc.)
- Time saving sand deburr
- Finishing (if applicable)
- PEM or assembly (if applicable)
Stainless STEEL Specifications
At Winco Stamping, we provide the most popular stainless alloys on the market in order to meet your business needs. These alloys include:
- 301 Stainless Steel which has superior corrosion resistance and moderately high tensile strength
- 304 Stainless Steel that is food-grade quality and has moderate tensile strength
- 316 Stainless Steel that incorporates molybdenum for improved strength and corrosion resistance
- 430 Stainless Steel which provides maximum flexibility and good corrosion resistance
Custom stainless steel STamping
At Winco Stamping we don’t take a cookie-cutter approach to any of our partnerships. Our tooling is completely customized and we’re able to meet your exact manufacturing needs through extensive list of value added services.
Stainless Steel by Industry
Stainless steel is the ideal solution for outdoor lighting due to its durability and corrosion-resistant qualities. A common stainless steel alloy for lighting products is the highly flexible 430 steel which can bend to meet your lighting fixture design needs.
Durable and rust proof stainless steel is perfect for commercial grade furniture applications. 301 Stainless steel won’t corrode and provides the ideal strength for most furniture products at a price that will allow you to maintain a higher profit margin.
Stainless steel stampings are a great fit for restaurant equipment such as food processors and cooking appliances. 316 stainless steel not only provides corrosion resistance, it is also approved for food processing and pharmaceutical use.
Stainless steel stampings are used for many agricultural applications from high tech milking machines to plant watering systems. The corrosion resistance properties of stainless steel make it an excellent choice for many farming products. In particular, 304 stainless steel has food grade corrosion resistance, making it one of the most common choices in metal stampings for agricultural products.
As a hard, durable metal with excellent resistance to corrosion and heat, stainless steel stampings are the ideal solution to your machinery and heavy equipment needs. 301 stainless steel is a particularly common metal used for heavy equipment due to its extreme strength.
Many components for the industrial automation and robotics industries can be stamped from stainless steel. Any parts that come in regular contact with water, such as components in cleaning machines, are commonly stamped from 316 stainless steel because it boasts excellent corrosion resistance.
Computer Mounting Systems
Any mounting systems that are expected to perform under natural elements such as snow or rain are likely made from stainless steel. Stamped stainless steel parts are also the ideal solution for parts that undergo a large amount of stress due to its impressive tensile strength. Many computer mounting system parts are stamped from 430 stainless steel because it offers strength and the flexibility to conform to the sizes necessary for unique electronic components.
Stainless steel stampings are ideal for mobility products such as stair lifts and wheelchairs. Many of these mobility products are used outdoors where contact with the elements is expected. While other metals are prone to rust, stainless steel has excellent corrosion resistant properties. Many mobility products take advantage of highly durable 316 stainless steel stamped parts.
Sailing / Yachting
Stainless steel is a necessity for durable motorized and sail boat parts, especially for watercraft in salt water where other metals would rust easily. Yacht parts are commonly formed from 301 stainless steel due to its supreme corrosion resistant qualities and high tensile strength.
Other Industries Served
Stainless steel alloy is also a popular metal for products in a number of other industries including commercial security, commercial laundry, healthcare, fabrication, lawn and garden, and restaurants equipment.