Our CNC Brass Machining Capabilities
We produce custom CNC machined brass parts.
With our precision manufacturing of brass parts, we are capable of producing variety of shapes and sizes with accuracy and tighter tolerance.
Efficient Prototyping and Production
Our CNC Brass machining excels in both prototyping and large-scale production, providing precise prototype manufacturing for testing, and cost-effective production of components in bulk.
We have ample of machines available and can take your project from engineering design to delivery faster than our competitors.
Properties of Brass
Brass, an alloy of copper and zinc, combines durability with malleability, making it ideal for diverse applications. Notable for corrosion resistance, attractive aesthetics, and excellent machinability, brass is a versatile material prized for its balance of strength and workability. Check the properties of brass:
- Brass has excellent malleability.
- Brass is a good conductor of heat.
- It has a low melting point.
- Brass is anti-corrosive.
Versatile Applications of CNC Brass Machining
CNC Brass machining, which involves using CNC machines to shape and cut brass materials, offers a wide range of versatile applications due to the unique properties of brass. It possesses characteristics such as high machinability, corrosion resistance, electrical conductivity, and more. Here are some versatile applications of CNC brass machining:
- Automotive Components
- Electronic Components
- Aerospace Industry
- Electrical and Electronics
Varieties of Brass Material Grades used by MDA
There are several different brass alloys. We, at MDA, use the following brass material grades:
Alloy 353: Due to the outstanding machinability of alloy 353, also known as clock brass. We use this alloy to manufacture accurate components, including parts for clocks and watches.
Alloy 330: It is an excellent choice for applications in which it is necessary to have a high level of machinability. It is suitable for cold working and is therefore widely used in the production of pipes.
Alloy 260: It is also referred to as cartridge brass. Alloy 260 has good hot formability and can be cold-worked easily. It is used in autos, ammunition, hardware, and fasteners, among other things.
Alloy 464: It is known as naval brass because it is regularly used in marine environments. It has an extremely high corrosion resistance, and good strength.
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