Find a steel supplier near Nashville & Murfreesboro
Lucas Motorworks supplies steel for a wide range of customers from larger contractors to home-hobbyist customers.
Working with larger I-beams in a small restaurant or a residential home, building attachments or custom accessories for material handling equipment or flatbeds, or engineering a frame for your home machines – we will supply your steel.
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 Steel Applications
We supply steel for industries and customers who work with:
and many more… these are only a few examples.
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Pre-cut or full-length material.
Shop for metal stock in various sizes, shapes, and types (pre-cut or full-length) including sheets, plates, solid stocks, tubes, and angles.
AR500 Steel Supply
We will also supply AR500 steel. This is typically used by customers who work with applications that take significant impact, like rock crushing and target shooting.
Various sizes and options for all your applications.
Angles – Galvanized
Bars: Flat, Square, Round
DOM Round Steel Tubing
Sheet, Plate, Flooring
Safety Grating, Bar Grating
Wire Mesh & Rebar
Lucas Motorworks – Metal Supplier Near You!
We’re a structural steel distributor and supplier for commercial and residential customers throughout Middle Tennessee:
- La Vergne
- Mt. Juliet
- North Nashville
- Spring Hill
- Thompson’s Station
- 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 the steel 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 the steel and we’ll recommend which type of metal works best for your specific project.
Which other metals do you work with?