Metal Cutting has been providing specialized molybdenum products, both wire and rod wire since 1967. Today, we provide our customers with all diameters of molybdenum products, including wire on spools and rods cut to length.
Our molybdenum products are available in any round diameter (≥ 0.00030″/0.007 mm) and any surface finish, from as-drawn to various grades of electro-polished. Molybdenum ribbon is also available in all compositions and surface finishes. Our ribbon can be produced at width to thickness ratios under 8:1, and is engineered for high volume and economical pricing.
Because we blend our own powders, we can supply a range of doped and un-doped compositions. We have molybdenum products with the highest dopant and therefore recrystallization properties in the industry, segmented into two grades to meet your needs. At the other end of the spectrum (and unique amongst refractory wire drawing companies) we offer the only truly contaminant-free 99.999% pure undoped molybdenum wire.
For Metal Cutting, capacity is our strength. Thanks to the enormous volume we produce, every diameter and quantity of molybdenum wire can be supplied at the same efficient pricing our highest volume buyers receive. Whether you have specialized small quantity needs or huge daily consumption, we can meet your requirements.
Molybdenum was among the first metals we cut, ground, lapped and polished. Since then, we have expanded our molybdenum products to include ribbon and wire on spools. When you are thinking about refractory metals including molybdenum products, think Metal Cutting.
Having worked with molybdenum from the time we were established in 1967, we are experts in precision cutting, grinding, lapping, and polishing of molybdenum rod that meets our customers’ exacting standards for products requiring exceptional heat resistance without significant expansion and softening. Our technical skills are augmented by our expertise in eddy current testing (ECT), which enables us to inspect our molybdenum rod before further fabrication, to identify and remove cracks, pitting, and other flaws that would have an impact on our customers’ products, such as lighting components, semiconductors, and other solid state devices.