used on my boat!
really happy boat looks great!
I am working on a prototype project i needed to machine the 7/8" down to around 21.5mm and then weld them together. Naturally i wanted to use 303 for the machining but Metals4u said i should avoid welding 303 if i could. I looked into this and they were right so the machining part was harder but the welding was much more straightforward. Thanks for the info.
303 = machining grade!
I needed some 7mm Stainless round bar for a job and after looking everywhere the best advice was to get a large diameter and machine it down. Metals4u informed me that 303 has a bit of lead in and so is the best for turning. I got 8mm and it worked a treat.
Fun holiday project
I used some of the 5mm round bar to make a wind chime with my daughter. Nice material and we had great fun making it.
nothing but brilliant.
Used 18mm 304 grade on my stair case bannister.
There polishing kit is also worth every penny.
Good to see a company have both imperial and metric sizes available.
pull up thumbs up.
bought some 316 grade for an outdoor pull up bar. The corrosion resistance is brilliant.
I required some stainless rods to fix my gate which is near the coastal environment. I was unsure what 303 304 and 316 meant until I spoke to the Metals4u team. They advised me that 316 was the marine grade which I required.
Thanks for the help it looks fab
316 grade fitted on to my boat looks great and will last me a very long time.
Had no idea what i required until i spoke to the Metals4u team who described what was what and adivsed what would be best.
They helped me effortlessly and delivered next day.
3m length of 3mm delivered straight.
This service is brilliant.
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