Mechanizing parts of bronze, brass, and titanium
- Bronze mechanizing: It is a complete metal alloy of copper and tin, plus other metals except zinc. Except for steel, bronze alloys are superior to iron in nearly all applications.
- Brass mechanizing: It is an alloy of copper and zinc. One feature that makes brass an important material is that it does not produce sparks by mechanical impact and atypical property in alloys.
- Titanium mechanizing: It is lighter than steel and it has a high resistance to corrosion and large mechanical strengths.