Why Alloy Enterprises?
Alloy is a trusted and reliable domestic supplier specializing in custom aluminum parts fabrication. Our customers never have to worry about offshoring supply chain risk.
The superior material properties of Alloy’s 6061 aluminum produce precision parts with twice the strength-to-weight ratio of steel and provide optimal thermal conductivity. We offer higher functionality and cost-effective solutions for components with geometric complexity, something you just can’t get from traditional 3D printing or die casting methods.
Compare Alloy to Traditional Manufacturing
With Alloy Enterprises, you get the best of both worlds — the flexibility of superior material properties that surpass casting and wrought with the geometric complexity to build lightweight aluminum components. Our full-stack process is scalable and helps customers accelerate time to market with rapid delivery.
|Fully Dense (no porosity)
|High Volume Production
|Rapid Design Iteration
|Short Lead Time
The Alloy Advantage
Alloy can produce annual volumes ranging from 10 to 20,000 + with no minimum order quantity and unlimited design changes.
We are cost-competitive with traditional manufacturing methods without the need for tooling or high equipment setup time.
Made for Lightweighting
Our aluminum components help reduce manufacturing costs without compromising on strength or performance, ideal for lightweighting and cooling applications.
Short Lead Times
By eliminating the need for tooling, our unique process helps expedite lead times and turbo-charge production.
Our components are made from 6061-T6 aluminum with material properties that surpass cast or machined parts.
Optimize your supply chain strategy by onshoring with Alloy’s cost-effective domestic production.
Our Stack Forging™ Process
The first step in the Alloy manufacturing process starts with digitally slicing the 3D model into discrete layers. Slicing is followed by laser-cutting the design into sheets from our custom feedstock.
Next, an agent is selectively applied to create an inhibition layer in designated areas of the design and act as a mold release.
To ensure tight tolerances, the aluminum sheets are stacked and registered.
Faster Time to Market
The sheets are then metal to metal diffusion-bonded together to form a solid block.
Once the block is formed, the support material is removed and the components are heat-treated for strength and hardness.
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