Mitotec Precision's diverse machining centers are capable of producing complex design components from a wide variety of material types. Our seasoned machining talent allows us to changeover setups accurately and efficiently, regardless of the material type.

In order to support our large OEM programs, Mitotec Precision partners with a vast number of material suppliers. We continually regulate material costs and quality standards from each and every supplier which insures the consistency and quality of our machining. As part of our OEM service program, our suppliers are required to comply to the Conflict Minerals Requirements/Dodd-Frank Act.

We produce parts from the following materials:

Alloy Steel

A high tensile strength material with good toughness and malleability. Alloy Steel has excellent strength and wear characteristics when heat treated. It is commonly used for components that require corrosion resistance, strength and wear resistance properties.


A light weight, low strength, rust free material that is non-magnetic and easy to machine. Aluminum is an inexpensive solution for applications having weight restrictions and minimal strength requirements.


A non-magnetic, rust free, material for heavy to moderate strength applications. Brass is commonly used to manufacture components that require electrical conductivity. It is visually appealing in ornamental applications, but generally used sparingly due to its higher cost.

Low Carbon Steel

A strong, heavy, magnetic material that will rust easily when exposed to the elements. Carbon Steel is moderately easy to machine, but difficult to achieve a good surface finish. It is recommended for general applications where low cost and high strength are required.


An age-hardenable nickel-copper alloy material with high corrosion resistance. K-500 Monel has excellent mechanical properties from sub-zero temperatures up to about 480C. Because of its corrosion resistant properties, it is used for marine products and components exposed to chemical environments.


A light weight, low strength material that is generally easy to machine. Plastics are used for applications that require light weight material, rust/corrosion resistance, transparency or low-friction surfaces. There are many different types of plastics available depending on the application.

Stainless Steel

A strong, heavy material that is non-magnetic and corrosion resistant. Stainless steel is relatively difficult to machine due to its strength and hardness. It is a suitable material for components that are utilized outdoors or exposed to moisture.


A light weight, high strength material that is relatively difficult to machine. Titanium is one of the fastest growing materials used in Aerospace applications due to its relative low mass for a given strength and its relative resistance to high temperature.



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