Custom Stainless Steel Parts

  • Stainless Steel Properties
  • Stainless Steel Alloys

If you need stainless steel parts machined we are one of the most capable and affordable sources, and we can get the job done right.


200 Series – Austenitic iron-chromium-nickel-manganese alloys.
300 Series – Austenitic iron-chromium-nickel alloys.
Type 301 – Highly ductile, for formed products. Fast hardening while is being machined.
Type 303 – Free machining version of 304 via the addition of sulfur.
Type 304 – Very popular; also referred as 18/8 stainless steel.
Type 316 – Very common and highly used by the sub sea industry due to its resistance to salt water.
400 Series – Ferritic and martensitic alloys.
Type 408 – Heat-resistant; poor corrosion resistance; 11% chromium, 8% nickel.
Type 409 – Most affordable one; used in the automobile industry.
Type 410 – Martensitic (high-strength iron/chromium).
Type 420 – Known as “surgical steel”.
Type 430 – Used in vehicle trims, decorative.
Type 440 – Great cutlery quality, better edge retention due to its high carbon content.
600 Series – Mantensitic precipitation hardening alloys.
Type 630 – Better known as 17-4.


VOHN machine shop manufactures stainless steel parts using Bending, Blanking, Counter boring, Counter sinking, Drilling, Surface Grinding, Laser Cutting, Milling, Photochemical Milling, Plasma Cutting,  Reaming, Band sawing, Shearing, Threading & Tapping, Turret Punching, Turning (lathe), Waterjet Cutting and Wire EDM.


Custom stainless steel parts are often used in: containers, handles, marine parts, engine parts, cooking utensils, medical devices, hospital instruments, lab equipment, pressure tanks, fasteners, automotive parts, pressure tanks, fasteners and architectural parts.  The metal is used for restaurant, dairy, chemical and lab equipment and surfaces.