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Producing #3 and #4 finishes on stainless steel appliances


I am searching for information about producing a #3 & #4 finish on stainless sheets which is used for making boxes. We are a miscellaneous steel fabricator, and, unfortunately, have very little experience in this area. Our concern is to be able to grind and produce a #3 & #4 finish over the welded seams after fabrication.

What equipment and/or methods can be used to do this? We can not use the sheets available in market. What equipment and/or methods can be used to do this?

- PUNE, India


Electropolishing sounds like the best bet

Marc Green
Marc Green
anodizer - Idaho


Hello, It seems like we are in the same boat. I have a metal fabrication shop that turned to stainless steel. I am looking for information, books, video, anything. This is the first site I seen. Maybe we could pull our resources and find out all about S.S.

Jason Ashfield
- Niagara Falls, Ont

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