Aluminum offers a cost effective option for a wide range of industries and applications, including medical, robotics, aerospace, and automotive.
The chromium in stainless steel forms an invisible layer that protects stainless steel parts from water and air. If the surface is scratched, this outer layer rebuilds itself, making stainless steel rust-proof.
Additional alloys available by request.
Industrial grade plastics offer the greatest flexibility in terms of colors and finishes for parts. Due to its relative softness compared to metal, plastic may not offer as tight of tolerances as metal.
Copper alloys, which include brass and bronze, can serve a variety of specific manufacturing due to their conductivity and resistance to chemicals and corrosion.
Steel is one of the most popular machined materials around. Steel parts are often used for automotive, electronics, defense, transportation, medical, aerospace, and security purposes.