When It Has To Be Right
Clad metals offer the opportunity to combine desirable properties and/or characteristics of individual metals and alloys into a composite materials “system” that provides improved characteristics over the individual metals. Clad Metal Specialties will work with your engineers from prototype to production. We can offer small lot samples at low or no cost to you.
Clad Metal Specialties was founded in 1985 as a full-service metal processing firm producing high-quality metal cladding composite materials to customer specifications. Since our inception, we have offered custom full clads, inlays, and toplays to stampers and OEM’s in the aerospace, defense, military, semiconductor, microelectronics, appliance, automotive, computer, electronics, medical, scanning and mobility, and telecom industries.
Exceptional Quality Control
Clad Metal Specialties has established a customer oriented quality management system to put its commitment to quality into practice in both its long term and daily activities.
The Quality Management System and its associated procedures, work instructions and related documents establish Clad Metal Specialties objectives for quality performance throughout its operation and are designed to be consistent with ISO9001/AS9100 standards and compliant with TS16949.
The Clad Metal Blog
Clad Metal Specialties Inc. was recently featured in Newsday for being awarded low-cost electricity from New York State. Clad Metal Specialties will receive 106 kilowatts from the state Power Authority’s ReCharge NY program in return for buying at least $80,000 in...read more
Spinodal hardened alloys are characterized by regular submicroscopic chemical composition fluctuations. These chemical fluctuations occur spontaneously at the aging temperature and their formation is called spinodal decomposition. In the case of Pfinodal, the copper,...read more
We were recently faced with the unique task from a customer, Mike Robinson of Century Darkroom, who wanted to create a product that matched the quality of 19th century hand-crafting techniques with modern production methods. The product, metal plates that display...read more