DWA-USA, the global leader for Aluminum
Metal-Matrix-Composites for Lighter Weight Designs

In addition to supplying raw material in a variety of product forms, DWA-USA can be the finished parts supplier to its customer.  Through a combination of in-house capabilities and qualified outside sources for machining, finishing and inspection, DWA has developed comprehensive build-to-print manufacturing expertise.

Whether your requirement is a unique “one-off” or a sustained, serial production activity, we will work with you to establish a cost-effective, value-added supply-chain for finished parts with minimal lead-times.

Our AS9100 compliant QMS and serial production company culture assure that cost, quality and on-time delivery are optimized for your maximum benefit.

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Fielded Applications

DWA-USA specializes in new aluminum-based powder metallurgy materials and applications development. We serve our customers throughout the entire development cycle, whether it be an upgrade to an existing design or starting from the ground up. Our track record for transitioning prototyping efforts to real world serial production is unparalleled.

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Density Adjusted Properties of Aluminum MMCs Compared to Steel, Titanium and Aluminum

One of the clear advantages of Al MMCs compared to conventional metallic materials is greatly enhanced strength and stiffness. These property gains are achieved without impacting material density, so the specific properties of Al MMC are dramatically increased. Al MMCs are also isotropic composite materials. Their design space is not dependent on reinforcement orientation.

DWA Aluminum Composites

Aluminum Metal-Matrix-Composites Manufacturing

The Al MMC manufacturing process can be divided into three elements- primary processing, secondary processing and finishing. Unlike other composite materials, after primary processing of the billet, Al MMCs offer a high level of “fit, form and function” when inserted into the industrial manufacturing stream, making use of conventional facilities and equipment.

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