Polished Stainless steel Sculpture We Cast

Stainless steel cast sculpture looks really beautiful and intriguing if done well.  However, duo to its extremely high melting temperature (1800 degree Celsius) and tough chasing & finishing process, it is much more difficult to cast stainless steel than cast bronze.

There are types of stainless steel for casting sculptures options: stainless steel Grade 201, stainless steel Grade 316, stainless steel Grade 316L. We can cast all of them. However, we recommend stainless steel 316 for sculpture as it is marine grade alloy, featuring superior corrosion resistance  performance even in salty water.

Below is a stainless steel sculpture we recently cast. We cast with stainless steel Grade 316 and polish it a little bit to make it shiny. Here is our work flow.

Step One: Making the pattern. We use modern 3D printing technology to make the pattern from a digital model our client provides us.


Step Two: Making silicon rubber mold


Step Three:  Make Wax




Step Four: Cast stainless steel and polish

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Feel free to contact us if you need an inquiry of your own project.




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