As the name implies, miniature steel balls are smaller than 3/16" diameter are considered miniature. Miniature balls are produced by totally different methods than commercial bearing balls. These processes are so totally unique that during World War II, the Allies were unable to master the process. All of the miniature balls made by the Allies were made by grinding down conventionally produced commercial balls to the small diameters required.
miniature steel balls are those that are less than 1/8” (3 mm) in diameter.
Chrome Steel Ball applications include instrumentation for calibration and switching, microvalves, pumps, medical and dental equipment, optical devices, ball screws, timepieces, metal detectors, disk drives, and pens.
HOW Miniature Steel Ball ARE MADE
Heading- Flashing- Heattreatment- Grinding- Find Grinding- First Lapping- Second Lapping
1) Good preformance- 0 customer complain in the past 6 months
2) Strick quality control- ISO9001, TS16949, ISO14001
3) Advanced equipment- full set of quality inspection equipment, precision roller sorting machine(developped by ourselves), photo defectoscope
4) Puntual delivery
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Chrome alloy steel and type 440C hard stainless steel are the generally used
materials in commercial balls. Following our niche marketing philosophy, we
produce miniature steel ball from almost any material, including: aluminum,
copper, brass, 300 series stainless steel, tungsten carbide, tantalum and
titanium. The best way to view our available stock of miniature steel ball is to
use the search function in the shopping cart program. Enter the desired size as
a decimal number with a leading 0. For example, to find ¼ inch balls, search for
See also: Subminiature steel ball