Stainless Steel and aluminum are the two most popular materials used in both metal spinning and metal stamping.
Industrial development era, is the revolution of the machine, but no matter what can not be done without stainless steel and aluminum plate.Both are widely used in aerospace, shipping, and other industries.Not classics somebody compares, since the range that USES is same and extensive, so which is more expensive of these two board?
Compare aluminum plate and stainless steel plate which is more expensive, in fact, it is very easy to directly see the performance, the performance of a good natural price.
Cost and price are always an essential factor to consider when making any product. Though you’d be wrong to make a choice based on cost alone, it’s always an important consideration – any project will have a budget and you won’t want to overspend if you don’t have to. The price of steel and aluminum is continually fluctuating based on global supply and demand, fuel costs and the price and availability of iron and bauxite ore; however steel is generally cheaper (per pound) than aluminum (see galvanized vs stainless for more info on steel). The cost of raw materials has a direct impact on the price of the finished spinning. There are exceptions, but two identical spinnings (one in aluminum and one in steel) the aluminum part will almost always cost more because of the increase in the raw material price.
From aluminium plate, aluminium material is a kind of environmental protection, do not fade, the metal with high price, besides industrial path also often is used to decorate go up, environmental protection sex is better than general copper makes things that defend bath even, do not have oxidation sex to still be better than stainless steel.At the same time, aluminum plate also has the characteristics of corrosion resistance
One of the first things you’ll want to take into account is cost. The reality here is that aluminum is almost always cheaper than stainless steel. That’s because it’s a bountiful material, it has a lower melting point (so less energy is required) and it’s easier to shape – especially when it comes to rolling it out into thin sheets. That also makes it easier for you to work with, and you won’t need any specialist tools.
Then there are aesthetics. Hot-dipped aluminum has a great brite shine to it – almost like a mirror. Stainless steel can be mirror finish, too, though it’s more likely to have a slightly duller sheen to it like our #4 brushed finish, which is commonly seen on stainless steel appliances.
Of course, it doesn’t matter how great the finish looks if it’s not going to keep, so if you have in mind a heavy-wearing application you might need to think again.