Stainless steel is the abbreviation of stainless acid-resistant steel. Its main features are resistance to atmospheric corrosion, good formability, compatibility, and toughness. It is widely used in industries such as industry, construction, daily necessities, and decoration. Its characteristics are close to the brightness of the mirror surface, tough touch, in line with the aesthetics of the times environment, and it is used as a new material in sculpture creation by stainless steel sculpture manufacturers. Stainless steel materials have different marks in China according to their different oxidation resistance. Generally, the models suitable for sculpture creation are around 304 and 316. Stainless steel is generally a plate with a variety of thickness models. The sculptural processing form of the plate is mainly forging process and welding. After forging the plate surface by external force, a plurality of plate surfaces are welded and formed after shaping the corresponding shape, and then polished and polished to complete the mirror stainless steel sculpture.
Another process is stainless steel casting. The stainless steel casting process is similar to the copper casting process. After the casting is completed, the mirror stainless steel sculpture effect can also be produced by polishing. The surface effect of stainless steel can be made into a matte effect and a mirror stainless steel sculpture effect through different polishing degrees. If coloration is required, it cannot be thermally colored into multiple colors like copper, but modern processes can electroplate it into various color effects. The famous American artist Jeff Koons is electroplating the mirror stainless steel into various bright colors through the electroplating process (as shown below). Secondly, it can also be used to produce a paint effect. Most stainless steel sculpture manufacturers will use the stainless steel mirror effect when they use stainless steel materials to create, and polish the finished stainless steel shape so that it can reflect the surrounding objects and integrate the sculptures into the environment.