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At CT&F, our versatility in machining a wide variety of materials underscores our commitment to meeting the diverse needs of our clients. This expansive capability positions us as a preferred partner for projects demanding precision and flexibility. The following list illustrates the array of materials we work with, and a brief overview of each:




Esteemed for its lightweight nature and robust strength. Alloys like 6061 and 7075 are among our favorites.


Predominantly chosen for ornamental components, instrumentation, and fittings.


A prime choice for components like bearings, gears, and artistic sculptures.


Valued for its superior electrical conductivity; frequently used in electronic components and heat sinks.

Nickel Alloys (case by case)

Incorporating types like Inconel, which stands out for its impressive corrosion and heat resistance.


Encompasses varieties such as stainless steels (like 303, 304, and 316), tool steels, and carbon steels.


Renowned for its immense strength paired with light weight, making it a staple in aerospace and medical sectors.

Tungsten (case by case)

Prized for its formidable hardness and density, it’s the go-to for high-wear or high-temperature situations.



Regularly selected for consumer electronics and automotive parts.

Acrylic (PMMA)

A top pick for clear applications, lighting solutions, and displays.


A standard grade of flame-resistant fiberglass reinforced epoxy, commonly used for printed circuit boards.


A type of fiberglass known for its electrical insulating properties and resistance to moisture and flame.

Nylon (Polyamide)

Respected for its durability and adaptability.


Recognized for its rigidity and sleek surface, making it ideal for precision parts.


A top-tier plastic used in aerospace, automotive, and medical realms due to its heat endurance and strength.


Often the choice for consumable containers.

Polyethylene (PE)

Available in versions like HDPE and LDPE, frequently used for a range of containers.

Polycarbonate (PC)

Robust and clear, making it a favorite for bulletproof panels and optical lenses.

Polypropylene (PP)

Light and chemical-resistant, making it versatile for various applications.

Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE or Teflon)

Recognized for its minimal friction and tolerance to high temperatures.


Routinely used for plumbing solutions and electrical insulation.

Engaging with CT&F ensures you harness the benefits of our broad material expertise, ensuring optimal material selection for your project’s unique needs.

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