Marlin Steel Blog

Answers to 3 Stainless Steel Coated Wire Basket Questions

Marlin Steel on September 21, 2017
Marlin Steel specializes in creating custom stainless steel wire baskets for clients in a variety of industries. Many of Marlin’s clients rely on the Marlin team’s expertise in handling the design needs of a stainless ...

Recruiting the Next-Generation Workforce for American Manufacturing

Marlin Steel on September 19, 2017
To secure the future of American manufacturing, we have to prepare the next generation of workers to take over for the ...

Creating an 8-Chamber Custom Wire Mesh Basket for Sulfuric Processes

Marlin Steel on September 13, 2017
Marlin Steel often makes custom wire mesh baskets for ultrasonic parts cleaning or other washing processes. However, these aren’t the only uses for mesh ...

AME Champions Club Tours Marlin Steel, Discusses US Manufacturing

Marlin Steel on September 8, 2017
The Association of Manufacturing Excellence (AME) Champions Club is a group that is dedicated to providing “members with state-of-the-art management ...

3 Ways Automotive Companies Can Use Stainless Steel Carts

Marlin Steel on September 6, 2017
Automotive manufacturers are constantly challenged to achieve consistent results quickly. Any defects in workmanship can be dangerous—requiring recalls that cost time, money, and resources while negatively impacting the ...

Aluminizing: A Great Coating for Metals Used in Heat Treat Processes

Marlin Steel on August 31, 2017
Heat treatment processes place severe strain on the equipment used in them. In particular, the baskets used in heat treatment take ...

NAM Executive Insights Series on Manufacturing Leadership Highlights

Marlin Steel on August 29, 2017
The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) often holds special presentations and events to promote awareness ...

Stainless Steel Q&A: Answers to 3 Coated Wire Basket Questions

Marlin Steel on August 24, 2017
Normally, when using a stainless steel alloy for a custom wire basket design, the basket will be uncoated. After all, the point of using stainless steel is to take advantage of its resistance to oxidation/corrosion. ...