Our employees have the knowledge and experience to expertly work with a wide variety of materials to create any kind of finished product that you require:
This product is sturdy, resistant to scratches and has visual appeal.
Very strong, comparable to metal in some designs.
Also has visual appeal, good for demo items. Sturdy and strong.
Thermoplastic material, a fusion of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin.
Comes in various colors and is economical for multi-purpose projects.
Fire resistant circuit board material. Non conducting.
Great chemical and moisture resistance, excellent insulating and electrical properties, and very high strength composite.
This type of plastic was initially developed by GE for use in electronics and resists ultraviolet light. Can be coated.
Excellent for making fixtures, known for ease in machining.
It has a high tensile strength and has replaced stainless steel in some instances due to its great performance and reliability, although high in cost. Great for use in making bearing surfaces. Used in many medical applications.
Comparable to G-10,light weight, durable, moisture resistant.
Durable, break resistant, clear and makes good models.
Impact and abrasion resistant, affordable.
Soft metal, has a maximum tensile strength of no more than 18,000 psi.
T4 has an ultimate tensile strength of at least 30,000 psi and yield strength of at least 16,000 psi.
It is the most commonly used alloy and the one we work with the most. It has an ultimate tensile strength of at least 42,000 psi and yield strength of at least 35,000 psi.
Great for extrusions, usually produced with a very smooth surface, great for holding an anodized finish.
Corrosion resistant, usually used in marine and any applications requiring water resistant performance.
Commonly used in aircraft-related parts. Strong, with good fatigue strength, but not corrosion resistant.
Austenitic (1) using iron-chromium-nickel-manganese alloys.
Austenitic (1) using iron-chromium-nickel alloys.
Highly ductile, for formed products. Hardens quickly during machining process.
Free machining version of 304 with the addition of sulfur.
A popular product; also referred to as 18/8 stainless steel.
Used mostly by the sub sea industry due to its resistance to saltwater. Can also be used for any marine or water immersed parts.
Ferritic and martensitic alloys.
Heat-resistant; lacks corrosion resistance; 11% chromium, 8% nickel.
The affordable stainless steel variety; generally used in the automobile industry.
Martensitic (2) A high-strength iron/chromium alloy combination.
Known as “surgical steel”. Used in machining custom surgical instruments.
Used in vehicle trims and other decorative types of projects.
Cutlery quality, maintains a hard edge. High carbon content.
Mantensitic precipitation hardening alloys.
Better known as 17-4.
Mostly used in automatic screw machines for the production of large quantities of parts that commonly require a close tolerance.
(1) a nonmagnetic solid solution of iron and another alloying element, usually carbon, formed by rapid quenching, consisting of a supersaturated solid solution of carbon in iron. Corrosion-resistant steel.
(2) a magnetic microconstituent of carbon steels, formed by decomposition of austenite: found in all hardened tool steels.