Easily cast White Brass Alloy with good fluidity and high detail. We offer this material in a variety of forms including Ingot, Cut Bars, Cubes and Shot.

Forms:
  • Ingot
  • 2" Cut Bar
  • 1/2" Polished Cubes
  • Shot
Belmont Product Code45815
Nominal Composition:
  • Cu: 58%
  • Mn: 20%
  • Zn: 20%
  • Al: 1%
  • Pb: 1%

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