Depending on the manufactured part, different materials are more cost efficient and allow for higher tolerances. The professionals of our MultiSource Manufacturing network of use their expertise to help customers choose the best materials for their project’s specifications. To determine the best materials for your project we examine several factors including:
Where the part is used
The environment in which the part will be used is of utmost importance. Will it be exposed to the elements outside and be susceptible to rusting? Also, how much stress will the part be under? These factors will determine the best material to use for your parts.
Type of strength needed
When it comes to part materials, strength is not cut and dry. Different materials have different strengths, such as tensile strength for pulling or wear resistance to endure high levels of friction. The type of strength a part requires depends on its purpose. We can use our materials expertise to determine which material will be most effective and extend the life of your part.
Stronger materials cost more to machine due to their durability, while specialty materials are expensive to acquire. Once we’ve determined the best materials to fit your project needs, we can evaluate which are most cost effective while still maintaining the desired features.
Materials We Work With
- Sheet Metal
Stainless Steel/ Surgical grade / Military grade / Basic
- High-nickel Alloys
- Exotic Metals
Plastic/ Teflon™ / Exotics / Basic
At MultiSource Manufacturing LLC, we utilize our materials expertise to help our customers choose the materials that not only meet their project’s needs, but also are the most cost efficient. We communicate with clients through every step of the process to ensure there are no surprises once the project is completed. For more information or to request a quote, please fill out an RFI/RFQ today.