Metal spinning is often the fabrication method of choice for those in need of seamless, uniform, cost-efficient metal parts. It offers many advantages; in addition to strong, quality products, by nature, metal spinning produces parts that are aesthetically pleasing.
Metal spinning of copper results in products that are as attractive as they are solid.
Copper and copper alloys are one of the most commonly used metals due to its many positive characteristics. It is a non-magnetic metal known for its versatility and aesthetic appeal, making it ideal for applications that require functionality, beauty, or a combination of both.
Copper, one of the most commonly used elements, has a long list of beneficial attributes that include:
- Good corrosion resistance
- High Ductility and workability
- Antimicrobial nature
- Fully Recyclable
- Excellent thermal and electrical conductivity
Copper can be found in applications such as jewelry, architecture, medical equipment, pipes and sinks, and others. Copper is very formable, one of the reasons it is so prolific, and its tensile strength doubles when work hardened.
Metal Spinning and Copper
The numerous beneficial characteristics make copper an often ideal choice for metal spinning, whether the intended use is for an eye-catching vessel sink or a perfectly round pipe that is highly resilient. The resistance to tarnishing and corrosion, along with its good workability, allow copper metal spinning to produce a wide variety of exceptional parts and products.
Helander has the experience and expertise to produce perfectly formed, high quality copper parts for multiple industries and applications.