How to Choose the Best Steel for Your Project

Sometimes the best things in life are planned – like buying steel. Of course, you will most likely encounter emergency situations on a job site that require you to buy steel the day of and call around to all local […]

FAQs at Tampa Steel & Supply

Summer is almost here. The construction industry is booming. And, if you’re reading this, you’re either about to do one of two things: work on a job site that requires steel or accomplish a household task you’ve been putting off. […]

How To Save Time + Money Buying Steel

We know you don’t make money at the steel shop. You only make money once you have the material in your possession, cut to your desired sizes, and ready to install. However, to get to that point you need to […]

Inside Steel: Tips from Sales Reps

As we’ve covered before, buying steel isn’t the simplest process. Some knowledge is necessary to make your purchase successful. Now, what’s the best source of knowledge you could get when it comes to steel? The people who sell it, of […]

Mild Steel vs Stainless Steel

What Is the Difference Between Stainless Steel and Mild Steel? One of the most frequent questions we receive from our customers, from novice to experienced, is what exactly is the difference between mild steel and stainless steel? Sure, aesthetically you […]

Q+A: Plasma Cutting

So, you’ve heard about plasma cutting, CNC machines, metal art designs. Granted, there are plenty of questions to cover when talking about the process of plasma cutting. So, let’s get started! Q+A: Plasma Cutting What is CNC plasma cutting? CNC […]

What is Plasma Cutting?

The plasma cutter is one of the most fine-tuned, broadly used, efficient, and versatile tools for slicing even heavy and thick materials quite easily. What is Plasma Cutting? Plasma cutting is a process used to cut steel, stainless steel, and […]

FEP vs PTFE vs PFA

Fluoropolymers. We encounter them on a daily basis, and they help much of our surrounding world and society function efficiently. As American chemist Roy Plunkett once said, “From stovetops to outer space, from electronics to ecology, from architecture to the […]