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Lucas Motorworks supplies specialty metals for a wide range of customers from larger contractors to home-hobbyist customers.
Depending on the application, we’ll need to work with specialty metals, including brass, copper, nickel, magnesium, or pot metals. Brass and copper have a place in a range of commercial, electrical, and decorative applications – we will supply your specialty metals.
We Can Cut To Your Provided Specs: Shapes & Lengths
Walk-Ins Welcome. Call in Advance To Ensure We Have Your Metal In-Stock
Stock Available By The Foot: 12-inch to 20-feet & Beyond
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Common Brass Applications
We supply brass for industries and customers who work with:
Custom Brass Parts
and many more… these are only a few examples.
Minimal friction in settings that require metal-on-metal contact, which is why there is often seen in mechanical components.
Commonly used in robotics in parts and multi-joints to help prevent different components from rubbing together.
Brass is used in manufacturing trumpets, french horns, trombones, and tubas worldwide.
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Pre-cut or full-length material.
Shop for brass metal stock in various sizes, shapes, and types (pre-cut or full-length) including rods, discs, flat bars, hex bars, square bars, round bars, tubes, sheets, plates, balls, and wire.
Various sizes and options for all your applications.
Brass Flat Bars
Brass Square Bars
Brass Round Bars
Sheets, Plates, Strips
Hex Tubes & Bars
Balls & Wire
Prices are calculated by current market pricing. Call for a quote!
In circumstances where the order is heavy or the quantity is significant, we can load your order onto your truck. If your order needs delivery, we’re able to bring a forklift to assist with unloading. Additional charges may apply.
We’re a specialty metals distributor and supplier for commercial and residential customers throughout Middle Tennessee:
and many more…
Our customers come from all over Middle Tennesse counties:
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The easiest way to pick out the right kind of alloy is to think about how you plan to use it and your final product. Refer to the common types of alloys and their uses to give you an idea of which metal to use. It’s also a good idea to ask your preferred supplier for advice. Let us know how you plan to use metal and we’ll recommend which type of metal works best for your specific project.
The easiest way to pick out the right kind of alloy is to think about how you plan to use it and your final product. Refer to the common types of alloys and their uses to give you an idea of which metal to use.
It’s also a good idea to ask your preferred supplier for advice. Let us know how you plan to use metal and we’ll recommend which type of metal works best for your specific project.