Your Trusted CNC Brass Parts Supplier In China

HM is a reputable and trusted custom CNC brass parts supplier in China.

Strict quality control, precise CNC brass parts machining, low MOQ, and short lead time make HM No.1 in the industry.

With decades of experience, we accurately handle all your custom CNC milling, drilling, and turning brass parts.

 

For All Your Custom CNC Brass Parts In Industrial And Domestic Use

With our sets of 5-axis CNC machines, HM handles complex designs of custom brass parts with ultra-precision.

We accept many file formats of your custom brass parts, including .dwg, .pdf, .sat, and .dxf, amongst others.

As a CNC brass parts factory with highly qualified engineers, we help with all CAD drawings. Please tell us what you want; HM will handle the CAD drawing.

HM uses a range of brass grades to match your application, including C26000, C24000, C35300, or C36000.

From CNC milling, CNC turning to CNC drilling, HM makes small and large CNC brass parts, including valve, gas fittings, connector, pins, and many more.

Tell us your industry, and HM will machine the CNC brass parts you need.

Brass Parts We Are Expert

  • Brass Bearing
    Brass Bearing

    The brass bearing provides extreme strength and durability for high-temperature applications. These are used to support rotors, gears, etc.

  • Brass Bed Parts
    Brass Bed Parts

    The brass bed parts are available in custom and standard designs. It has a flawless finish, high durability, and reliable construction.

  • Brass Bushings
    Brass Bushings

    Custom brass brushings offer outstanding rust-free characteristics. In addition, these also offer frictionless, high strength, and hardness properties.

  • Brass Coupler
    Brass Coupler

    The brass coupler is also called a brass pipe fitting. It is used for transferring flammable gases, chemicals, water, etc. Plus, they come in custom thread sizes and forms.

  • Brass Cup Washers
    Brass Cup Washers

    Custom brass cup washers are useful to protect nuts and bolts. It is used for applications with anti-tampering and security demands. And also, they are used as a spring retainer.

  • Brass Escutcheon Plate
    Brass Escutcheon Plate

    The brass escutcheon plates are high-quality brass products. It is found beyond toilets, below the sink, faucets, and showers. Also, they are easy to install.

  • Brass Fuel Line Fittingsbrass Fuel Line Fittings
    Brass Fuel Line Fittings

    The brass fuel line fittings are widely used for high fuel volume or high-pressure hydraulics. It come in custom size and configuration for any project.

  • Brass Gears
    Brass Gears
    Customized brass gears offer weatherproof and chemical-resistant features. These are perfect for driving systems and more applications.
  • Brass Gears
    Brass Gears
    The brass gears have a circular gear body, high efficiency, and high precision characteristics. These are also easy to fabricate and easy to install.
  • Brass Handrail End Caps
    Brass Handrail End Caps

    These brass handrail end caps are ideal for handrails polishing touches. Also, these have a particular warming surface making it more elegant.

  • Brass Handrail
    Brass Handrail

    The brass handrails are often used during descending/ascending escalators and staircases. These are found installed to walls, helps to avoid dangerous falls.

  • Brass Inserts
    Brass Inserts

    The brass inserts are used in plastic housing, plastic parts, and casings. It enable screws to be used in consumer products and consumer electronics assembly.

  • Brass Knurled Nut
    Brass Knurled Nut

    The brass knurled nuts are utilized to connect diffuser buffer on square recessed lighting devices and electrical devices. These are perfect for many industrial uses.

  • Brass Manifold
    Brass Manifold

    The brass manifold is primarily used to attach the heating pipe to the water system. They are made of pure brass, mostly used for air conditioning systems.

  • Brass Nozzle
    Brass Nozzle

    The brass nozzles are commonly used for printing delicate threads such as TPU, ABS, PLA, PETG, Nylon, and more. Overall, each brass nozzle parts have high quality.

  • Brass Nuts and Bolts
    Brass Nuts and Bolts

    Brass nuts and bolts are vigorous latches custom-built from zin alloy or copper. Expert installers prefer brass nuts and bolts to connect metal and wood together.

  • Brass Plumbing Parts
    Brass Plumbing Parts

    The brass plumbing parts have custom thread sizes and shape to regulate, adapt, and attach any gas or liquid in pipes. It is made of full brass for long service life.

  • Brass Pulley
    Brass Pulley

    There are various types of brass pulley available at lower rates. Custom brass pulleys are ideal for construction buildings, mainly used to carry heavy materials.

  • Brass Sleeve
    Brass Sleeve

    The brass sleeves come in different shapes, sizes, and finishing. It is also called ferrules, used with compression fitting and nut mixture. It has corrosion-resistant features.

  • Brass Spindle
    Brass Spindle

    Brand spindle features durable construction and rust resistance. It is crafted from pure brass and often used in tee cock, kitchen sink, and washbasin mixers.

  • Brass Worm Gear
    Brass Worm Gear

    The benefits of brass worm gear include lower vibration, compact design, and noise reduction. It is the firmest type of gearing system, making it ideal in small areas application.

  • Custom Bronze Parts
    Custom Bronze Parts

    The custom bronze parts come in custom colors, like brown, golden, grey, and more. It features error-free style, corrosive-resistant, and exquisite construction.

  • Fine Thread Vacuum Breaker
    Fine Thread Vacuum Breaker

    The fine thread vacuum breaker is used for preventing backflow. It is a threaded component that connects to a fixture. Also, these are made of lead-free brass material.

HM CNC Brass Parts Turning Capability

HM cost-effective and precise CNC brass parts include nozzles, pipe joints, pins connectors, probes, and many more.

We maintain tight tolerances and guarantee a superior surface finish with zero defects.

HM, thru-feed grinding ensures burr-free surfaces. We handle a range of diameters for all cylindrical CNC brass parts.

HM has an unlimited capacity for all applications, even for complex CNC brass parts.

Our CNC turning services include knurling, grooving, parting, boring, and facing.

HM CNC Brass Parts Turning Capability
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Strict Quality Control Of HM CNC Brass Parts

Through HM’s “zero defect” policy, we adopt 3 level testing, including CNC machine tool accuracy testing, brass material testing, and CNC machining process control.

HM partners with third-party inspectors, such as SGS to test brass material composition.

With HM strict quality control, all our CNC brass components guarantee long service life, withstand high stress, and are extremely strong.

HM has a product return policy and warranty for all CNC brass parts for quality assurance.

HM supports OEM custom CNC brass components.

HM Choosing Material For CNC Brass Components

Depending on your CNC brass component use, we choose high-grade brass.

HM brass material must pass strict quality testing and individual chemical element verification.

We source all your brass raw material from reputable companies.

HM custom brass parts CNC machining uses red brass, cartridge brass, or low brass.

Our brass guarantees wear resistance, durability, and excellent mechanical properties.

Tell us the custom CNC brass parts you need, and the HM team will choose a suitable brass for you.

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A Wide Range Of CNC Brass Components

HM offers unlimited options for all CNC brass parts.

Whether you need large or small CNC brass parts, HM handles all CNC machining brass parts, including CNC turning brass parts and CNC milling brass parts.

HM machines simple to complex CNC brass parts, within a tight budget and on short notice.

We offer turnkey solutions to all our clients globally, from brass fittings, brass fasteners, replacements brass parts, or any OEM CNC brass components.

Unlimited Surface Treatment For All CNC Brass Parts

Whether you want painted, polished, plated, heat-treated, or coated custom CNC brass parts, HM offers unlimited surface treatments.

We ensure all CNC brass parts have the best finish for aesthetics and a long service lifespan.

CNC Brass Parts With Long Service Lifespan

A sturdy construction, unmatched tensile strength, wear resistance, low friction coefficient, and heat resistance make HM custom CNC brass parts perfect for all applications.

All HM custom brass parts must pass strict quality inspection.

High Processing Accuracy Of CNC Brass Components

HM, custom CNC brass parts attain high accuracy and precision.

Depending on the CNC brass components you need, HM attains high standard dimension accuracy with – +/-0.001″ – 0.005″ tolerance.

HM CNC brass parts guarantee high dimensional accuracy with zero defects.

High-Quality Brass Material For CNC Parts

HM uses high-quality brass depending on customer needs.

We have many brass grades, including red brass, low brass, cartridge brass, yellow brass, low-leaded brass, medium-leaded brass, free cutting, and forging brass.

HM tests all material before CNC brass machining parts, for high-quality parts, with unmatched performance.

OEM & ODM Aluminium CNC Parts for Different Industry

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CNC Aerospace Parts

Aerospace machined CNC aluminum components require tight tolerances—such as 4μm—durability, and temperature resistance. They must have high precision and accuracy to specifications. 

With our advanced milling, turning, and other manufacturing capabilities, we are able to manufacture state-of-the-art CNC aerospace parts. Using a 3D CAD, Hengming Mold (HM) supplies CNC rapid prototyping of aircraft landing gears, fuselage sections, etc.

CNC Hardware Parts
CNC Hardware Parts

CNC aluminum hardware parts make up the most common aluminum product category we supply. As a professional CNC machined parts manufacturer in China, we make hardware for all sorts of industries and applications.

Our staff will optimize the design to suit your requirements. Your custom CAD will turn into quality aluminum tools, equipment, frames, and other hardware components.

CNC aluminum Electronic Components
CNC Electronic Components

Aluminum CNC machining is used to manufacture components such as printed circuit boards, casings and enclosures, heat sinks, connectors, and more. Precise CNC processes deliver the best results in the making of electric and electronic parts. 

Our competitive accuracy of performance will help your business develop the best electronic products.

CNC Auto Parts
CNC Auto Parts

The auto industry uses aluminum for many important engine parts, such as pistons, radiators, and cylinder heads. Aluminum CNC machining helps to automate the manufacturing process to keep up with vehicle construction and repair demand. 

From medium to high production volumes, our custom CNC machining offers rapid production times and optimized procedures, maintaining high accuracy.

CNC Medical Parts
CNC Medical Parts

Medical tools also require very tight tolerances. Our CNC machines are equipped with the latest technology for horizontal and vertical accuracy, as well as high-speed production and advanced surface finishing capabilities.

Manufacturers of medical tools must have the ISO 13485 standard. Some examples of medical CNC machined aluminum parts are bone implants, surgical instruments, and components for medical electronic equipment like MRI machines.

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How Brass Parts are Manufactured?

Brass is a transition metal alloy, and it is produced by combining copper and zinc in various ratios.

Atoms of the two constituents substitute one another in the identical crystalline structure.

It is made to achieve different mechanical, electrical, and chemical characteristics.

Brass is similar to bronze, another copper alloy that uses tin rather than zinc.

Both bronze and brass contain trace amounts of cyanide, lead, phosphorus, metal, chromium, and silicon.

What is 1/8 IPS thread?

1/8 IPS thread refers to a common type of threading used in plumbing and lighting fixtures. It has a diameter of 1/8 inch and follows the IPS (Iron Pipe Size) standard. This thread size is often used for connecting small pipes and fittings securely.

What are the Types of Brass for Parts?

The types of brass are as follows:

  • White Brass. Used in brazing and soldering.
  • Alpha Brass.Used to produce bolts, fasteners, pins screws, and other machined parts.
  • Beta Brass. Used to manufacture castings with complex features.
  • Alpha-beta Brass. Used to make radiator valves, hinges, and gas appliances.
  • Duplex Brass. Used to produce architectural extrusions and taps.
  • Red Brass.A class of alloys with high copper content.
  • Naval Brass.Used in pipework and ventilation ducts.
Is IPS the same as NPT?

No, IPS (Iron Pipe Size) and NPT (National Pipe Thread) are not the same. While they both involve threading for pipes and fittings, IPS refers to the size of the pipe, whereas NPT refers to the type of threading used. IPS is used for non-threaded pipes, while NPT is used for threaded pipes.

Why Choose Brass Parts?

There are countless reasons why brass parts should be used, such as the following:

  1. Machinability

The machinability of this brass lowers speed that produces the best results.

  1. Formability

This is the most commonly used brass grade in applications requiring severe bending.

  1. Working in the cold

Brass has great cold working characteristics and it can be drawn easily with good results.

  1. Working in extreme heat

It could be heat treated, solidified, molded, and drawn in a fair amount of heat.

  1. Can be Trimmed

It can be effectively and quickly cut with gas, flame, and laser cutting machinery.

  1. Dependability

It responds to fluctuations in production demand, backup inventory levels can be built.

What does 1/8-27 mean?

1/8-27 refers to a specific thread size notation. The “1/8” indicates the diameter of the threaded portion in inches, and the “27” indicates the number of threads per inch. This notation is commonly used for plumbing and lighting applications.

Is IPS thread compatible with NPT thread?

No, IPS threads and NPT threads are not compatible due to their differences in design and function. Attempting to connect these two types of threads can lead to leaks and improper fits.

Is Brass Parts Resistant to Corrosion?

Brass parts are resistant to corrosion and are suitable for use in harsh environments.

They are used in situations where there is a high risk of corrosion and standard brasses do not meet the requirements.

High water temperatures, the presence of chlorides, and varying moisture attribute all play a role.

In water boiler systems, brass is ideal.

To avoid long-term failures, this brass alloy must be manufactured with good caution as well as efficient production.

What are the Types of Brass Parts Machining are There?

There are numerous brass parts finishes are available to give excellent touches like the following:

  1. Optional Machining

Milling is a term used to describe the process of Mills cutting material into nearly any 3D shape using rotating tools. Mills are capable of producing parts with extremely close tolerances.

  1. Cutting by Waterjet

Waterjets use a high-pressure flow of water and rough to trim metal sheets into 2D parts. Waterjet cutting works well with most materials and produces clean edges.

  1. CNC Machining

CNC lathes are used to feed hand tools into movable material. Turning is primarily used to create accurate, cylindrical parts.

  1. EDM Die-Sink and Wire

EDM machines manufacture parts by removing material with recurring sparks. They are suggested for unique details that necessitate pointed interior edges and high dimensional precision.

Finishing methods improve the look, sturdiness, and corrosion resistance of a surface.

Powder coating, anodizing, polishing, sharpening, and other finishing techniques are also available.

Brass parts yielding, milling, tapping, grooving, and other services are available as additional services.

Second-hand parts may need to be processed further after they are manufactured.

What are the Uses and Applications of a Brass Parts?

There are different uses of brass parts and it is commonly used for the following:

  • Fittings for pipe
  • Fittings for flare
  • Gears made of brass
  • Fittings that compress bulkhead
  • Fittings that are used in the construction of bearings
  • Fittings with a swivel
  • Fittings Gruner
  • Worm gears that are worm-shaped
  • Instruments de musique
  • Orifice for compression
  • As well as a plethora of other custom brass components

Brass parts are used in numerous industrial applications, such as:

  • Basic Goods
  • Bearings
  • Bells
  • Bushings
  • Electronics
  • Gears
  • Handles
  • Health Care
  • Hinges
  • Knobs
  • Pipework
  • Screws and Nuts
  • Sleeves
  • Valves
  • Brass Machining
  • Construction
  • Pipework
  • Steam Work
  • Wooden Storage Pulls
  • Door Handles

Tiny brass parts are preferred by businesses because they are easy to machine, cost-effective, and extremely durable.

Due to their low strength and weight, molded brass fittings are commonly applied to various electronic hardware.

What are the Properties of Brass Parts?

Brass parts have smooth, low-friction metal that can be quickly machined, molded, sliced, and punched.

It is an ideal material for components that must be corrosion-resistant.

It has a higher degree of malleability than copper or nickel.

Due to their low dew point and fluid velocity, brass parts are reasonably simple elements to cast.

The properties of the brass can be altered by ranging the portions of copper and zinc, resulting in soft and hard brasses.

Nowadays, most brass composites are reused.

By transferring the scrap next to a strong magnet, it can be detached from ferrous metal.

Scrap brass is transported directly to a foundry, where it is liquefied and recreated into billets.

Billets are warmed and molded into the shape and size desired.

Because of the overall soft texture of brass, it is often possible to machine it without the need for drilling process.

What are the Advantages of Brass Parts?

Brass Parts are indeed a beneficial product and have a lot of advantages like the following:

  1. Wide Versatility
  • Brass comes in a variety of shapes, widths, and sizes.
  • It has fittings that allow changing the size of the pipe available.
  • It can be lacquered, polished, chrome-plated, nickel-plated, or antiqued.
  1. Durability
  • Brass is a metal that is extremely durable due to its many other operating properties.
  • Brass fittings are a great option because they do not crack or disintegrate over time.
  • It lasts for many years and also performs admirably in hot water.
  1. High-Temperature Tolerance
  • Brass is the excellent product for warm water distribution network.
  • It has good thermal resistance and increases the effectiveness of the process.
  • Brass is very malleable in extreme heat and can endure even extreme temperatures.
  1. Corrosion Resistant
  • A corrosion-free brass is the best option in these circumstances.
  • It does not tarnish or degrade in water and is useful in places with corrosive water.
  • Brass will not corrode even in the most corrosive environments.
  1. Easily Shaped
  • Brass is more malleable than steel or iron pipe when it occurs to fittings.
  • It also forms nicer than most other metals.
  • Despite its malleability, the metal is extremely durable and reliable.
The Rising Costs of Brass: Why is it So Expensive?

The cost of brass is influenced by a number of factors, chief among them being the cost of the raw materials used to produce it – copper and zinc. Both of these metals have seen their prices increase due to increasing demand and occasionally, supply chain disruptions. Furthermore, the manufacturing process for brass is more complex than for simpler metals, contributing to its overall cost.

The Unexpected Affordability of Brass: Why is it Considered Cheap?

Despite its rising cost, brass can be considered cheap in comparison to other metals, like gold or platinum. This is due to the relative abundance and lower cost of its base components – copper and zinc. Moreover, brass’s durability and corrosion resistance add to its cost-effectiveness over time.

Unraveling Brass: Is it a Metal or a Steel?

Brass is a type of metal, but it is not steel. It’s an alloy composed primarily of copper and zinc. While steel is also an alloy, it is primarily made of iron and carbon.

Versatile Applications: Top 5 Uses of Brass in Modern Industries
  1. Musical Instruments: Brass’s excellent acoustic properties make it a preferred choice for manufacturing various musical instruments like trumpets and saxophones.
  2. Decorative Items: Owing to its gold-like appearance, brass is widely used for decorative purposes in things like jewelry, statues, and household items.
  3. Plumbing and Electrical Components: The corrosion resistance and durability of brass make it ideal for pipes, valves, and electrical terminals.
  4. Ammunition Casings: Brass’s strength, corrosion resistance, and ability to be reshaped without cracking make it ideal for ammunition casings.
  5. Fasteners: Brass is used to make fasteners like screws, nuts, and bolts because of its resistance to spark and corrosion.
Breaking Down Brass: What Components Are There in This Alloy?

Brass is an alloy primarily composed of copper and zinc. The proportions of these elements can be varied to create a range of brasses with varying properties. In addition to copper and zinc, brass can also contain small amounts of other elements like lead, tin, or arsenic to enhance certain properties.

A Cost Comparison: Is Brass More Expensive Than Copper?

Brass is generally less expensive than pure copper. This is because zinc, the other major component of brass, costs less than copper, which reduces the overall cost of the material.

Brass versus Steel: Which One is Better?

The “better” material between brass and steel largely depends on the application. Brass offers superior corrosion resistance, electrical conductivity, and aesthetic appeal. On the other hand, steel is typically stronger and more suitable for high-stress applications.

Pricing Battle: Is Brass More Expensive Than Aluminum?

Brass is generally more expensive than aluminum. This is due to the higher cost of copper and zinc, the primary components of brass, compared to aluminum.

Journey to the Finished Product: The Manufacturing Process of Brass Products

The manufacture of brass products typically involves several key steps: mining and refining of copper and zinc, melting and combining these elements to form brass, and finally shaping and finishing the brass into the desired product. This might involve processes like casting, extrusion, drawing, or machining, depending on the specific product.

Precision Turned Parts: Who are the Key Manufacturers of Brass Components?

The world of precision turned brass components is vast and diverse, spanning numerous industries from automotive to electronics. Among these, Hengming Mold (HM) stands out as a leading manufacturer. This company, located in Zhejiang, China, has a proven track record of delivering high-quality, precision-engineered brass components. Their expertise, refined over years of industry presence, coupled with their commitment to quality, places them among prominent manufacturers such as Cox Manufacturing in the U.S. and Pioneer Service Inc. in the U.S. Whether you’re sourcing for large-scale industrial projects or smaller, specialized applications, these manufacturers offer solutions tailored to your specific needs.

What is the difference between IP and CC thread?

IP and CC threads are not standard thread designations. It’s possible that you’re referring to IPS (Iron Pipe Size) thread and NPT (National Pipe Thread) thread, in which case the main difference lies in the type of threading used and their applications.

What does IPS mean in size?

IPS stands for Iron Pipe Size, which is a standardized system used to refer to the dimensions of pipes. It’s important to note that IPS does not imply threaded pipes; it simply indicates the size of the pipe based on its inner diameter.

What is IPS and NPT?

IPS stands for Iron Pipe Size, which refers to the dimensions of a pipe, while NPT stands for National Pipe Thread, which refers to the type of threading used for pipes and fittings.

What is 3/8 IPS thread?

3/8 IPS thread refers to a threading size commonly used in plumbing applications. It has a diameter of 3/8 inch and follows the IPS (Iron Pipe Size) standard.

What is the difference between PT and G thread?

PT (Pipe Thread) and G thread are different thread standards. PT is a Japanese standard, while G thread, also known as BSPP (British Standard Pipe Parallel), is a British standard. They have variations in thread angles and applications.

What thread size is 1/8 NPT?

1/8 NPT refers to a pipe thread size. The “1/8” indicates the diameter of the threaded portion in inches, and NPT (National Pipe Thread) specifies the type of threading used. This size is commonly used in various plumbing connections.

What is 1/8 thread size?

1/8 thread size refers to a standard threading size often used in plumbing and piping. It indicates a diameter of 1/8 inch for the threaded portion. This size is frequently used for connecting small pipes and fittings.

What is the difference between 1 NPT and 1 BSPT?

The difference lies in the threading standards. NPT (National Pipe Thread) is a U.S. standard with a tapered thread, while BSPT (British Standard Pipe Taper) is a British standard, also with a tapered thread. They have different thread angles and applications.

Is PT thread the same as BSP?

No, PT (Pipe Thread) and BSP (British Standard Pipe) are not the same. PT refers to a Japanese standard, while BSP refers to a set of British standards for pipe threads.

What is a number 8 thread?

“Number 8 thread” is not a standard thread designation. It’s important to specify the threading system (such as NPT, BSP, etc.) to accurately determine the characteristics of the thread.

What is threads per inch for NPT?

NPT (National Pipe Thread) commonly has threads per inch (TPI) ranging from 27 TPI to 8 TPI, depending on the pipe size. The specific TPI is determined by the thread size and is an important factor in creating proper seals.

What does 8 IPS mean?

“8 IPS” is not a standard thread designation. To provide accurate information, it’s necessary to specify the context or threading system you are referring to.

What are the number thread sizes?

Thread sizes are usually specified in terms of diameter and threads per inch (TPI). Common examples include 1/8, 1/4, 3/8, and so on, indicating the diameter of the threaded portion, while the TPI specifies the number of threads per inch.

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