Copper is the earliest metal used by human beings, and it is second only to aluminum in the usage of non-ferrous metal materials. Copper-processed products can be divided into pure copper and copper alloy products according to their copper element. Copper alloys are made of copper as the main alloy element, with other auxiliary elements added to be fused, so that the function and processing performance of copper can be further improved.


Pure copper has high electrical and thermal conductivity, good machinability, satisfactory strength and good corrosion resistance and wear resistance, which can meet the product requirements of different industries, different usages and different properties.

The excellent properties of copper and copper alloys make copper processed products widely used in aerospace, military, communications, electric power, electrical, electronics, hardware, machinery manufacturing, home appliances, automobiles and many other fields.

Common Manufacturing Processes

Forming & Forging, Casting, CNC Machining, Sheet Metal Fabrication