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440 Stainless Steel Overview

Stainless steels play a pivotal role, offering a spectrum of properties tailored to diverse industrial applications. Among these, 440 stainless steel emerges as a notable contender, revered for its robustness,

303 Stainless Steel: Properties, Applications, and Machining

Introduction: This post will discuss the properties, applications, and machining processes of 303 stainless steel. Within this broader discussion this post aims to provide an overview of stainless steel 303’s

Understanding Stainless Steel 304

Stainless steel 304 is used in engineering and manufacturing due to its remarkable corrosion resistance, durability, and aesthetic appeal. Among the stainless steel alloys, 304 stands out as one of

Understanding 316 Stainless Steel

In the realm of modern engineering, stainless steels have emerged as quintessential materials due to their exceptional combination of mechanical, corrosion-resistant, and machinability properties. Among these alloys, 316 stainless steel

CNC Machining Aluminum

Aluminum stands out as one of the most commonly preferred raw materials for cnc machining and the processes of fabrication more broadly.  Aluminum has a number of advantages that make

What is a Lathe Machine?

A Lathe turns raw material to create cylindrical parts about a central axis. The cutting tool moves on various axises for operations like turning and knurling. The most common CNC

CNC Milling Machine

CNC Milling is a manufacturing process used to remove material from a workpiece to get a desired product. CNC milling machines accomplish this by various directional cuts on numerous axis.

What is Thread Milling and How to Thread Mill

Thread milling is a special thread cutting process done on a CNC machine to create internal or external threads. Thread milling has a few advantages over traditional cut or roll

Drill and Tap Chart

We decided to make a drill chart for our followers! This chart breaks down all major standard and metric drill sizes with roll and cut tap options. Simply fill out

What is a Cut Tap

All threading tools are unique and they each serve a different purpose. Cut taps and roll taps are not always interchangeable, and knowing when to use each is very important.

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