Precision Steel Stamping
Steel is one of the most versatile and economical metals used for stamping. It is a strong material that can be combined with other metals to form alloys with different strength and hardness levels. In addition, steel stampings can be heat treated after stamping to increase their strength or hardness. This allows the use of softer steel alloys to make more complex parts while still achieving the metal strength required for the application.
Cold rolled steel is a low carbon steel that is very suitable for the production of consumer products in low stress applications. However, since cold-rolled steel is easily corroded and rusted, it is usually added with coatings such as electrophoresis, electroplating, powder spraying, and so on.
Coated steel is made of metal coils (cold-rolled sheet, hot-dip galvanized sheet, aluminized sheet, high aluminum alloy sheet, stainless steel sheet, etc.) as the base material, coated or laminated with various organic coatings or plastic films on the surface . Since it is a coil with surface coating completed in a metallurgical factory, it can be directly processed into products by users, so it is also called pre-coated coil. Galvanized steel is one of the most commonly used coated steels. The cold-rolled sheet is coated with metallic zinc to make the sheet corrosion-resistant.
Stainless steel is the abbreviation of stainless and acid-resistant steel. Steels that are resistant to weak corrosive media such as air, steam, and water or have rust resistance are called stainless steels. Stainless steel has typical characteristics: corrosion resistance, heat resistance.