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Laser Cutting Vs Metal Stamping: Which is Better?

Marlin Steel on October 15, 2019
There are many metal forming tools that the team at Marlin Steel uses to create custom sheet metal forms. Two of ...
Topics: Wire Forms

The Beginner’s Guide to Ultrasonic Cleaning Baskets

Marlin Steel on October 10, 2019
Ultrasonic parts cleaning processes have become a popular choice for removing dirt and debris from all kinds of manufactured parts. ...

Safety Tips for Bending Metal Forms

Marlin Steel on October 8, 2019
The American manufacturing industry represents a solid opportunity for American citizens to find jobs that can support a middle-class family. According to ...

How to Reduce Manufacturing Scrap and Save Money

Marlin Steel on October 3, 2019
Manufacturing scrap is often considered an inevitability, something that just happens as a natural consequence of the manufacturing process. While some manufacturing waste from scrap production is inevitable, scrap ...

How Do Nitric Acid Passivation, Pickling, and Electropolishing Work?

Marlin Steel on October 1, 2019
Passivation is an important process for helping to maximize the corrosion resistance of stainless steel alloys. There are many different variations on the process of passivation, but the basic goal is the same—to ...

What You Need to Know about Food Grade Coatings for Metal

Marlin Steel on September 26, 2019
Sanitation is an enormous concern in the food industry. Every year, cases of food poisoning and food-borne illness make headlines and cause near-irreparable harm to the companies linked to such incidents. ...

What Makes Stainless Steel “Stainless?”

Marlin Steel on September 24, 2019
Stainless steel is well-known for being resistant to corrosion from things that make plain steel and iron rust in short order. However, many people don’t know why stainless steel is “stainless” and why it’s a ...

How Asking the Right Questions Makes for Better Custom Wire Baskets

Marlin Steel on September 19, 2019
Different companies will have different needs. What works for an automotive manufacturer won’t be a great fit for a company specializing in seafood harvesting and processing, after all. While some needs are somewhat ...

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