National Bronze Mfg. Exhibits at FABTECH 2022

National Bronze Mfg. Co. was one of the 1500 plus exhibitors at FABTECH 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia last week. The Georgia World Congress held the annual trade show. Over 40,000 attendees from all over world came to see the many companies exhibiting their products and services. FABTECH is North America’s largest metal forming, fabricating, welding

Another Great MFG Day at National Bronze Mfg. Co.

National Bronze Mfg. was honored to welcome students from Lincoln High School and Michigan Senator Michael MacDonald last week for MFG Day. The students had an opportunity to see a modernized manufacturing facility, learn about potential careers in manufacturing, and the skill employers will be looking for. Each year, Manufacturing Day (MFG Day) is held

Now Offering Copper Castings

For years we’ve supplied our customers with the highest quality copper and high copper alloy bar stock in rod, flat bar, and plate.  From alloys like C11000 ETP Copper, C18200 Class 2 Chromium Copper, C17510 Class 3 Beryllium Copper, C17200 Beryllium Copper & C18000 Class 4 Beryllium Free Copper. All of the above products are

Guide to Nickel Aluminum Bronze Alloys

The Nickel Aluminum Bronze family of alloys are one of the toughest & corrosion resistant of all of the bronze alloys.  This guide will introduce you to the Nickel Aluminum Bronze alloys, their specifications, and detail how they in can improve the functionality of your components. Download the Nickel Aluminum Bronze Guide

C17200 Beryllium Copper Tempers – What’s the Difference?

C172 Beryllium Copper is used in a variety of industries.  From aircraft bushings to oil field drill tooling applications, this alloy is utilized for its strength, corrosion resistance, and hardness.  Depending on how the beryllium copper is tempered can change its physical properties.  Specific tempers of C172 Beryllium Copper are needed for specific applications.  For

Nickel Aluminum Bronze Specifications, Designations, and Tempers

Nickel Aluminum Bronze Alloys are used in a wide array of components in many different industries.  Normally specified for their high strength, good wear and abrasion resistance, and excellent resistance to corrosion in sea water and many other aggressive environments.  Throughout the years many companies and industries have developed their own unique specifications for the