Our technical skills and know-how enable us to machine the most complex of materials:
- lead-free steel
- stainless steel
- titanium to aviation specifications
- high-alloy stainless steel
- Nickel Alloy 625, Alloy 718, Alloy A286 1.4980, Alloy 200, Alloy 36NiFe36, etc.
Steel turned parts
We use various types of steel for turned parts:
- steel grades intended or not for heat treatment.
- quick-hardening steel
- high-resistance steel
Download the table of steels for turned parts: details of possible steel grades with applicable designations.
Aluminium turned parts
We also use a wide range of variants for aluminium turned parts. View the list of aluminium references commonly used for turned parts.
Copper turned parts
We can manufacture your copper turned parts from various types of metal, depending on your specifications.
View the list of copper references for turned parts and the weight per metre, according to the form and diameter required.
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Stainless steel for turned parts
Through our expertise and fleet of machines, our specialities include materials difficult to machine, such as stainless steel 316L, 316 TI, 304L, aluminium bronze, 100C6, C45, C35, XC10, etc.
For stainless steel parts, we propose a range including:
- Austenitic stainless steel
- Ferritic stainless steel
- Martensitic stainless steel
View our stainless steel references for turned parts with their various designations (symbolic, numerical, AFNOR, AISI).
Brass turned parts
Brass turned parts use lead-free or leaded brass; we also propose special brass types such as bronze aluminium, depending on your specifications.
View the le table of brass types.