CNC Stainless Steel Components

CNC Stainless Steel Components

Stainless Steel Machined Components

Precision CNC Stainless Steel Machining Services for Complex Components

Owens Industries is a trusted name when it comes to providing advanced stainless steel machining services. With CNC technology and state-of-the-art equipment, we can perform complex machining operations for many different CNC machining materials including stainless steel. Our advanced machining capabilities include 4-axis and 5-axis milling, swiss machining, and even micromachining. This allows us to create the highest precision parts with the tightest tolerances. We can achieve tolerances as tight as 0.0005".

Owens Industries is a Wisconsin-based CNC machine shop, but we have been known nationally since 1944 for being on time, within budget, and within tolerance. We understand that each project is unique, which is why we offer custom stainless steel machining services tailored to meet specific customer requirements. Our expertise in providing high-quality custom stainless steel parts manufacturing and fabrication services is unmatched. Owens' commitment to quality assurance and inspection ensures that every precision stainless steel CNC machining service we provide is of the highest standard.

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Owens Industries Advanced Stainless Steel Machining Services For Your Industry

Since 1944, designers and engineers have trusted Owens Industries to machine their components and parts from materials such as Stainless Steel. Owens Industries utilizes advanced CNC technology and machining equipment to offer ultra-precision Stainless Steel machining services. Our Stainless Steel machining capabilities enable us to machine Stainless Steel parts with tight tolerances and complex geometries, making us the go-to partner for various industries. We serve these industries:

Owens Industries Precision Machined Stainless Steel Components

Owens Industries has a long storied history of being able to deliver on time and within ultra-precision tolerances. Our precision Stainless Steel machining services include the machining of various components such as handles, medical devices, lab instruments, automotive parts, weld ferrules, and more. We use advanced machining techniques to achieve tight tolerance and precision in every part we machine. It doesn't matter if you are located near our Wisconsin-based CNC machining facility or not, we serve several different industries all across America in all 50 states.

To see more of our work, please visit our CNC product image gallery and our CNC product video gallery.

Here is an example list of Stainless Steel components that can be machined:

More CNC Components We Manufacture With Stainless Steel

Part Application Industry Machining Process Used Specific Feature
Actuator, Arm Night Vision Goggles Military EDM Wire 20 Tooth Ratchet Profile
Check Valve Brake Fluid Flow Control Aerospace Precision Turning 32 Micro finish on all Surfaces
Pivot Ball Military Aircraft Defense Turning and Spot Welding Welding Carbide Ball to Stainless Steel Stem
Valve Seat Air Flow Regulator Aerospace Mill/Turn Diameters held within 0.0005" Concentricities
Read Head Signal Encoder Military 5-Axis Milling and Grinding Precision Grinding of Flat Surfaces
Armature Assembly Pneumatic Valve Commercial Airlines Lathe, Mill w/ 4th axis Indexer Welded/Polished Assembly
Solenoid Valve Seat Hydraulic Piston Seat Mining Hard Turning Ballize Seal Seat to 0.078" Profile
Flexure Electronic Control Research and Development Fine Wire EDM EDM Wire 0.015" Wide Slot
Grid Clamp Satellite Component Space Research CNC Turn Turn 0.044" Thick Ring
Body, Column, Housing Optics Research Precision Turn and 5-Axis Milling 2 Micron Tolerance Over 10.0" Length
Octopole Housing Beam Orientation Research and Development Turning, Milling, and Welding Assembly Alignment of 5 Microns or Less
Nozzle Adjustment Plate Directional Adjustments Industrial Printing 3-Axis Machining Machine Part Around .0787" Pivot Point
Outlet Adapter Fluid Flow Hydraulics 3-Axis milling Machining Varied SAE Ports
Gunbody Ink Jet Printer Head Industrial Printing 4-Axis milling Machining and Welding of A Sealed Manifold
Drilled Gutter Block Ink Suction Block Industrial Printing 4-Axis milling Drilling 8 Burr Free Connected Holes
Mixer Head Insert Spray Nozzle Automotive 5-Axis milling Required to mill axial slots at acute angles
Spray Nozzle Urethane Application Automotive EDM Wire Locating Spray Slot within 0.0005"
Micro Tip Instrument Cap Medical Micro Turning Micro Wire EDM
Hemisphere Ink Jet Nozzle Industrial Printing Precision Fine Turn Work Polished 8 Micro Finish on 0.120" Diameter
Drive Rod Ink Jet Piston Industrial Printing Swiss Turning Burr Free Rod with 0.0005" Straightness
Nozzle Housing Circuit Board Manufacturing Electronics Turning and EDM EDM Wire 3 Degree Taper Cone with 8 Micro Finish
Interested in utilizing Stainless Steel for your machined component? Contact Owens Industries today.

Stainless Steel Grades For CNC Machining

Series Main Alloying Element Properties Typical Applications Machinability Weldability
Austenitic (e.g., 304, 316) Chromium, Nickel Excellent formability, weldability, corrosion resistance Food processing, chemical industry, architectural elements Good Excellent
Martensitic Chromium High toughness, requires aging and heat treatments Cutlery, surgical instruments, aerospace components Moderate Good
Ferritic Chromium Good corrosion resistance, part of AISI 400 family Automotive parts, kitchen appliances, architectural features Good Good
Duplex Chromium, Nickel Combines ferritic and austenitic structures, enhanced properties Chemical processing, oil and gas, marine applications Moderate to difficult Good
Precipitation-Hardening Various (e.g., Ti, Cu) Age-hardening process, high strength Aerospace components, high-stress applications Difficult Moderate

The above information is a general overview, and specific grades within each series may have variations in alloying elements and characteristics. Please refer to the detailed specifications of individual Stainless Steel grades for more accurate information.

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