Your customers expect you to provide them with the best tools possible. In addition customers look for durable tools that will last them for a long time. While many manufacturers fabricate their tools from steel, other materials offer better results. Enhance your tool design process with beryllium copper alloy.
An alloy is a combination of two metals. Beryllium copper alloy is a mixture of beryllium and copper and small amounts of cobalt and nickel. In the tool design process, fabricators typically use injection molds to create products. Beryllium copper alloy’s versatility makes it a great choice for machining and other metalworking. You can use the alloy to make tools in a range of shapes and sizes with tolerance that ensures they work effectively without failing.
Tools made from beryllium copper alloy offer the greater thermal conductivity your customers may require to decrease cycle times. From oil field tools to robotic welding devices, this alloy proves its effectiveness in various applications. Beryllium copper alloy is ideal for plastic injection mold tools due to its resistance to oxidation and corrosion. Finally, devices made from beryllium copper alloy have added non-magnetic qualities preventing components from sticking to each other.