How Stainless Steel Fabrication Works, And Why It Is Important

A stainless steel fabrication process involves manufacturing pre-fabricated parts and components from stainless steel material, that is raw or stock. The fabrication methods used in different industries vary. It is common practice to roll-form, spin, deep draw, forge, bend, and fold with powerful forces due to the material’s high strength and hardness.

Simply put, the steel manufacturing process involves the conversion of raw steel into products used to make products for building or assembly. Steel is a metal-containing alloy of steel or other metals. Fabricating with this metal is not the same as welding; fabrication is making something out of metal, while welding is done once the finished product is made.

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Sara Mathov is a feature editor contributing to Valve World Americas, Stainless steel World Americas and other related print & online media.