What metals do you offer?

Xometry's Manufacturing Partner Network offers many metals matched to an extensive list of manufacturing capabilities to suit your needs.

 

CNC Metals

Aluminum 2024: Used when a high strength-to-weight ratio is required, such as for gears, shafts, and fasteners. It is nonmagnetic and heat treatable.

Aluminum 5052: Corrosion resistant aluminum frequently used in sheet metal applications.

Aluminum 6061: Easily machined and lightweight, perfect for prototypes, military, and aerospace applications. (View spec sheet)

Aluminum 6063: Commonly used outdoors as architectural trim, railings, and door frames, 6063 aluminum has better machinability than 3003. It is nonmagnetic and heat treatable.

Aluminum 7050: Preferred over 7075 aluminum for use in structural applications, 7050 is a high-strength material that resists fatigue and stress cracking. 7050 is nonmagnetic and heat treatable

Aluminum 7075: Harder and higher strength aluminum alloy good for high-stress parts. 

Aluminum MIC-6: A cast aluminum plate often used for tooling and base plates. 

Copper 101: Commonly known as Oxygen-Free Copper, this alloy is great for electrical conductivity.

Copper 260 (Brass): A highly formidable brass. Great for radiator components and decorative door hardware.

Copper C110: A multipurpose copper comes in all shapes and sizes. Often used in electrical applications.

Copper C360 (Brass): A highly machinable brass. Great for prototyping gears, fittings, valves, and screws.

Copper C932 (Bronze): The standard bearing bronze for light-duty applications. It is easily machinable and resistant to corrosion.

Stainless Steel 15-5: Offers corrosion resistance similar to Stainless 304. Improved workability, hardness, and high corrosion resistance.

Stainless Steel 17-4: A high strength, corrosion resistant stainless alloy. Easily heat treatable. Typically used in medical equipment.

Stainless Steel 18-8: One of the most commonly used stainless steels. Also known as Stainless Steel 304.

Stainless Steel 303: A machinable, corrosion-resistant steel. (View spec sheet)

Stainless Steel 304: A machinable, corrosion-resistant steel.

Stainless Steel 316/316L: A highly corrosion-resistant steel popular for medical devices. (View spec sheet)

Stainless Steel 416: Easily machinable but can be heat treated to increase strength and hardness. Low corrosion resistance.

Stainless Steel 420: Contains more carbon than Stainless 410 to give it increased hardness and strength when heat treated. Offers mild corrosion resistance, high heat resistance, and improved strength.

Steel 1018: The most prominent of the carbon steels. The low carbon content makes this steel ductile and suitable for forming and welding. (View spec sheet)

Steel 4130: Offers great weldability without compromising impact resistance. Often used in gears and fasteners.

Steel 4140: Additional chromium makes this steel corrosion and fracture resistant.

Steel A36: A standard architectural, low-carbon steel. Weldable.

Titanium (Grade 2): High strength, low weight, and high thermal conductivity. Ideal for applications in the aerospace and automotive industries.

Titanium (Grade 5): Excellent strength-to-weight ratio, and the high aluminum content in Ti-6Al-4V increases strength. This is the most commonly used titanium, offering good corrosion resistance, weldability, and formability.

Zinc Alloy: Continuous-cast alloy. Has good electrical conductivity and is highly resistant to corrosion. This alloy is readily treatable for painting, plating, and anodizing.

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Sheet Metals

Aluminum 5052: Corrosion resistant aluminum frequently used in sheet metal applications.

Copper 260 (Brass): A highly formidable brass. Great for radiator components and decorative door hardware.

Copper C101: Commonly known as Oxygen-Free Copper, this alloy is great for electrical conductivity.

Copper C110: A multipurpose copper comes in all shapes and sizes. Often used in electrical applications.

Stainless Steel 101: A strong steel able to withstand repeated stress and wear.

Stainless Steel 304/L: A machinable, corrosion-resistant steel.

Steel 1018: General Purpose 1018 steel is the most prominent of the carbon steels. The low carbon content makes this steel ductile and suitable for forming and welding. (View spec sheet)

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3D Printed Metals

Aluminum AlSi10Mg: Lightweight Aluminum Alloy, AlSi10Mg. A great alternative to machining complex geometries. (View spec sheet)

Stainless Steel 17-4: Fully-Dense 17-4 PH Stainless Steel Metal, Hardness 40 HRC, Heat Treatable (View spec sheet)

Stainless Steel 316/L: Fully-Dense 316L Stainless Steel Metal, superb corrosion resistance, meets requirements of ASTM F138 (View spec sheet)

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