Stainless steels are high-alloy steels with superior corrosion resistance to carbon and low-alloy steels. This is largely due to their high chromium content, with most grades of stainless steel alloys containing at least 10% of the element. It is a fairly versatile material with many different alloys and grades which can accommodate a wide variety of applications. However, it is also one of the most difficult to machine. The most common and hence most frequently machined stainless steels are the austenitic types, such as grades 304 (1.4301) and 316 (1.4401)
CCT Precision Machining is an industry leader in Stainless Steel Machining and MicroMachining. We are able to maintain tolerances, create features and produce parts that even the material manufacturers deem impossible. By using high speed spindles capable of turning at 30,000 RPM, tightly controlled work envelopes and cutting edge work holding systems, CCT Precision can machine parts from the most simple to the most intricate on any of the 25+ machines in our facility.
- 27” x 15” x 13” Work Envelope
- Tolerances to +/- .00025” (0.006 mm)
- Hole Diameters to 0.003” (0.076 mm)
If precision machining of Stainless Steel parts is what you are looking for, Request a Quote today.