Copper and brass are two materials that craftsmen and designers love to work with because of their versatility and sturdiness. While the material is impressively strong such that it can build humongous and solid structures, it is also malleable enough to form and shape as needed.
No matter the season, there is no denying the appeal of metals in interior design. Brass and copper in particular are two of the most favored materials to work with for the designers because of their strength, durability, and versatility.
An alloy of copper and zinc, brass is widely used in various industries. Though the generic term used is “brass,” there are more than 60 different types of it. Their properties are not the same but all brass are known for their strength, corrosion resistance, and machinability. They’re also conductive and easy to produce and […]
Brass is one of the most commonly used metals. Its application ranges from architectural cladding to lamp sockets to jewelry. You can also see it in marine and industrial equipment. While many choose brass for its flexibility of use, some may overlook the value it gets from its environment-friendliness.
Many industries make use of structural tubing as an alternative to solid steel. Because of its wide use, when you look around, you’ll see different types of metal tubing in buildings, houses, and architectural design, among others. Structural metal tubing come in a wide variety of shapes and material types, too. This makes them suitable […]
Copper sheets are becoming more and more common these days. They are one of the favorite materials of choice for architects and interior designers for both interior and exterior parts of buildings. But how can you use copper sheets in a residential setting such as for home remodeling? Here are a few ideas as well […]
For the most part, machine makers have tried to find primary materials that would impart high performance, stability, and cost-effectiveness on their equipment design. However, some metal workers tend to avoid working with bronze bars, not because they find it hard to work with or they find it inferior to other alloys, but simply because […]
Despite the fact that sculptures made primarily out of bronze is not a modern idea, it’s certainly regaining its old status in the modern art world as primary material for sculptures. Current bronze prices are making most of the country’s artisans re-think their choice of base material for their next masterpiece.
In the past couple of decades, both builders and property owners have realized the wide range of design possibilities that metal brings to the table. While metal provides strength and stability, it is also undeniably sensitive to its surroundings. A metal that provides a rather good performance can corrode quite rapidly in some environments.
It might sound old and cliché, but not every bronze sheet metal is created equal. Depending on its scrap composition and its point of manufacture, a single piece of bronze metal (either in the form of sheet, plate, tube or bar) can be considered as a superior product to those that come from another supplier.