Molybdenum Components Made Using CNC Machining

Molybdenum Components Made Using CNC Machining

Molybdenum is commonly used for CNC machining components that are used within the aerospace industry.

Precision CNC Molybdenum Machining Services for Complex Components

Owens Industries is a trusted name when it comes to providing advanced molybdenum machining services. With CNC technology and state-of-the-art equipment, we can perform complex machining operations for many different CNC machining materials including molybdenum. Our advanced machining capabilities include 4-axis and 5-axis milling, swiss machining, and even micromachining. This allows us to create the highest precision parts with the tightest tolerances. We can achieve tolerances as tight as 0.0005".

Owens Industries is a Wisconsin-based CNC machine shop, but we have been known nationally since 1944 for being on time, within budget, and within tolerance. We understand that each project is unique, which is why we offer custom molybdenum machining services tailored to meet specific customer requirements. Our expertise in providing high-quality custom molybdenum parts manufacturing and fabrication services is unmatched. Owens' commitment to quality assurance and inspection ensures that every precision molybdenum CNC machining service we provide is of the highest standard.

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Owens Industries Advanced Molybdenum Machining Services For Your Industry

Since 1944, designers and engineers have trusted Owens Industries to machine their components and parts from materials such as Molybdenum. Owens Industries utilizes advanced CNC technology and machining equipment to offer ultra-precision Molybdenum machining services. Our Molybdenum machining capabilities enable us to machine Invar parts with tight tolerances and complex geometries, making us the go-to partner for various industries. We serve these industries:

Owens Industries Precision Machined Molybdenum Components

Owens Industries has a long storied history of being able to deliver on time and within ultra-precision tolerances. Our precision Molybdenum machining services include the machining of various components such as combustion chambers, guide blades, turbine blades, turbine discs, and other manufactured products. We use advanced machining techniques to achieve tight tolerance and precision in every part we machine. It doesn't matter if you are located near our Wisconsin-based CNC machining facility or not, we serve several different industries all across America in all 50 states.

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Here is an example list of Molybdenum components that can be machined:

Interested in utilizing Molybdenum for your machined component? Contact Owens Industries today.

Molybdenum Grades For CNC Machining

Series Main Alloying Element Machinability Weldability Properties Typical Applications
TZM Titanium (Ti), Zirconium (Zr), Molybdenum (Mo) Difficult Poor Excellent high-temperature strength and creep resistance. Improved mechanical properties compared to pure molybdenum. Aerospace components, furnace components, die inserts.
MHC Hafnium (Hf), Carbon (C) Difficult Poor Enhanced high-temperature strength and stability. Improved resistance to softening at elevated temperatures. Aerospace industry, high-temperature furnace components.
Mo-La Lanthanum (La) Good Good Improved ductility and machinability. Enhanced high-temperature strength. Heating elements, electronic components.
Mo-Cu Copper (Cu) Good Good Improved thermal conductivity and strength. Good machinability. Heat sinks, electrical contacts, EDM electrodes.
Pure Mo Molybdenum (Mo) Challenging Poor High melting point, good thermal conductivity. Challenging machinability. Electronics, aerospace, high-temperature applications.

The above information is a general overview, and specific grades within each series may have variations in alloying elements and characteristics. Please refer to the detailed specifications of individual Molybdenum grades for more accurate information.

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