6061 – T6
- Improved corrosion resistance over 7075
- General purpose aluminum with Medium strength
- Good formability, weldability
- Contains magnesium and silicon
- Electronic hardware, prototypes, aircraft fittings, camera lens mounts, couplings, marines fittings and hardware
- Higher strength over Aluminum 6061
- Good fatigue strength
- Gears and shafts, fuse parts, meter shafts and gears, missile parts, regulating valve parts, worm gears, keys, aircraft, aerospace and defense applications; bike frames
- Good corrosion resistance
- Resistant to most chemicals
- Plate stock
- Electronic hardware and contacts, fittings, commercial products, Aerospace
360 Free cutting Brass
Excellent machinability and formability, 360 grade is the most common type of brass, this alloy is mostly comes in round bars, and used for fasteners, valves, fittings and decoration parts
Naval brass is the classic marine, high-strength and corrosion-resistant alloy containing 60 percent copper, . 75 percent tin and 39.2 percent zinc. It is widely used in marine construction where strong, corrosive-resistant and hard material is required and is suitable for both salt and fresh water applications.
- Oxygen-free electrical copper
- High electrical conductivity
- Good corrosion resistance in most environments
- Weak against acids, halogens sulphides and ammonia solutions
- Electrical contacts, general engineering, automotive, domestic appliances
ACETAL or Delrin
Grade 316 is the standard molybdenum-bearing grade, second in importance to 304 amongst the austenitic stainless steels. The molybdenum gives 316 better overall corrosion resistant properties than Grade 304, particularly higher resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion in chloride environments. It has excellent forming and welding characteristics. It is readily brake or roll formed into a variety of parts for applications in the industrial, architectural, and transportation fields. Grade 316 also has outstanding welding characteristics. Post-weld annealing is not required when welding thin sections.
Ti 6AI-4V/ Grade 5
Known as the “workhorse” of the titanium alloys, Ti 6Al-4V, or Grade 5 titanium, is the most commonly used of all titanium alloys. It accounts for 50 percent of total titanium usage the world over.
Its usability lies in its many benefits. Ti 6Al-4V may be heat treated to increase its strength. It can be used in welded construction at service temperatures of up to 600° F. This alloy offers its high strength at a light weight, useful formability and high corrosion resistance.
Ti 6AI-4V’s usability makes it the best alloy for use in several industries, like the aerospace, medical, marine and chemical processing industries
GTA also machines grade 1 and grade 2 titanium
Invar is a 36% nickel iron alloy which has the lowest thermal expansion among all metals and alloys in the range from room temperature up to approximately 230°C. The Invar alloy is ductile and easily weldable, and machinability is similar to austenitic stainless steel. It does not suffer from stress corrosion cracking.
Invar is used where high dimensional stability is required, such as precision instruments, clocks, seismic creep gauges, valves in engines, antimagnetic watches, and large aerostructure molds.
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