Brass is an easy material to machine which allows for various precision machining opportunities. The material is inexpensive, but despite the cheaper costs, is highly durable. Brass is also resistant to a wide variety of elements. Learn about the industries and applications that are suited to brass by reading below.
Many professionals seek conductivity properties in metal at a low cost, which is why many continue to choose brass for custom parts and projects. The numerous resistance and conductivity capabilities of this metal are why it is a highly popular choice in countless industries and applications. Here is a list of the industries where brass is frequently used:
Another benefit of brass is its ability to withstand high temperatures. As a result, brass can be used in a range of applications and can be machined with multiple types of precision machining equipment. Below is a list of a few of the applications that brass is used in:
- Ammunition Casings
- Radiator Cores
Brass Series Alloys
When you want excellent heat and corrosion resistance, alongside an inexpensive cost for your next custom machined part or project, we recommend choosing brass! If you have any questions about our materials or machining process, please do not hesitate to get in contact with our skilled craftsmen.