brass sales in the Cleveland area

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brass sales in the Cleveland area

Post by squandt » Thu Mar 01, 2018 11:05 pm

Hello all, I am trying to find a supply house in the Cleveland Ohio area that sells to our hobbie.Found one that sells steel, alum, and s/s that you can go pick up.Have not found one for brass or bronze that do not want an arm and leg to ship ( know it is ups that set price). If an one knows of one please let me know. Thanks :D
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Re: brass sales in the Cleveland area

Post by dampfmann » Mon Mar 12, 2018 12:53 pm

I also live in the Cleveland, OH area and have had similar difficulty finding a local supplier of brass stock in small quantities. If you find anyone in the area, please share the company's name.

I have been purchasing brass from (not to be confused with" spee-d metals" in Eastlake, OH) for several years. I suggest you call and place your order over the phone. For some reason, the prices listed on-line are often MUCH higher than the prices quoted over the phone. Shipping costs are quite high, but if you place a larger order, the shipping becomes more economical.


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Re: brass sales in the Cleveland area

Post by SteveM » Mon Mar 12, 2018 4:10 pm

Another option is ebay.

Unless you need a long piece, you can get a lot of metal bars in a small flat-rate box for $7 shipping.

You can get long pieces on ebay too, but it won't be flat rate and will be priced by the pound.

I once got 60lbs of dura-bar for $13 in a medium flat-rate box.


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Re: brass sales in the Cleveland area

Post by Benjamin Maggi » Tue Mar 20, 2018 2:48 pm

I also use Ebay. They frequently have odd shapes which are just what I am looking for.
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