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Starting April 18, 2022, quoting and ordering will begin moving from Big Blue Saw to the Xometry website. You'll continue to be able to get fast service and instant quotes, in addition addition to a whole host of new materials and manufacturing processes!

Starting Monday, November 7, Big Blue Saw is having a sale on stainless steel parts made from your designs. During the sale, all 304 stainless steel parts parts in 0.25 inch and 0.12 inch thickness ordered through our online quoting and ordering system will automatically receive a quantity discount. The sale ends on Wednesday, November 9.

Big Blue Saw's waterjet cutting process can turn your ideas into real stainless steel parts. If you've never ordered from Big Blue Saw before, this is a great time to try out our service.

Stainless steel number 7, custom waterjet cut with simulated bevel.

If you're making a a sign, control panel, or anything that needs to look good, you'll love stainless steel 304's luxurious appearance. Its corrosion resistance makes it a good choice for stencils and anything subjected to corrosive environments like cookware, the outside of a vehicle, or outdoors.

Stainless steel bottle openers.

Stainless steel Cobra brake brackets.

In addition, its toughness and density makes stainless steel 304 a great choice for fighting robot armor or drum weapons.

Stainless steel butterfly with Basic Finish.


Stainless steel 304 is non-magnetic and is sometimes referred to as "18/8 stainless" because it typically contains about 18% chromium and 8% nickel.

Stainless steel trivet links.

Stainless steel number 8 with simulated bevel.

Keep in mind that parts ordered during the sale will take a little longer to ship than our regular orders. We make great prices possible during the sale by gathering up all sale orders and cutting them at the same time. We expect sale orders to start shipping around November 17.


Stainless steel wedding cake topper.

Don't wait! Get started by uploading your design to our online quoting system now.

Waterjet cutting image© Steve Brown Photography CC-BY-SA-3.0 

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