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- Are You The Manufacturer?
- Does your company have any certifications?
- Will you keep our parts and drawings confidential?
- Can you provide material proof?
- How can I get a quote?
- What basic information will be included in the quote?
- Do you have a minimum order quantity? Can I order only one?
- Can you provide weekly reports for my orders?
- How do I get samples for quality inspection? Can you provide a test report?
- What is the smallest part or panel that can be CNC machined?
- What surface finishing does your CNC service offer?
- Can you provide custom packaging?
- Can I get a quote without a 3D drawing or file?
What does “L” mean in stainless steel?
The L indicates the low content of carbon in the stainless steel, L grades stainless steel can reduce the possibility of carbide precipitation in welding and other processes. Carbide precipitation may lead to intergranular corrosion, in which the material becomes more sensitive to possible corrosion. Generally, carbon is maintained at 0.03% or less; however, it may vary depending on the referenced code or standard.