The World'sFastest metal distributor

Since 1995, we have been supplying the motorsports and performance equipment industries with high quality metals.

4130 Chrome Moly

4130, also known as Chrome Moly (short for chromium molybdenum) is a general purpose steel that has...

Docol

Docol is an Advanced High Strength Steel engineered to provide a stronger, safer, more consistent a...

Aluminum

A low density metal that has a high strength-to-weight ratio. Extensively used in the aerospace and...
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A.E.D. Metal Products & Supplies
 About the Company

Since 1995, A.E.D. Metal Products & Supplies has had the privilege to supply the global motorsports and performance industries with knowledge, service and quality materials. Our list of customers and industries served is not only impressive, but drives us to continuously improve upon our capabilities.

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OUR SERVICES

Polishing, Tumbling, & Deburring

Polishing, Tumbling, & Deburring

Let A.E.D. help you with all of your small quantity Polishing, Tumbling, an...

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Production Saw Cutting

Production Saw Cutting

With 5 production saws in-house, A.E.D can provide fast turnaround for most...

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Production Shearing

Production Shearing

AED provides excellent shearing services for both short and long production...

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OUR RESOURCE CENTER

4130 Chrome Moly Tube Specifications

4130, also known as Chrome Moly (short for chromium molybdenum) is a general-pur...

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Docol Tube R8 Specifications

Docol Tube R8 are certified tubes that are engineered to provide a stronger, saf...

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Comparison Report: Docol R8 vs 4130 Chrome Moly

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Streamline Tube Profiles

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TIG Welding Defects

In a previous post, we discussed that TIG welding allows the operator greater control over MIG welding. This greater control is no...

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Apr

MIG Welding Transfer Methods

In MIG welding, there are four different basic modes to transfer weld metal (filler material) across the arc to the base material....

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Mar

MIG Welding Defects

Typical weld defects found in MIG welding are lack of fusion, burn through, crater/ crater cracks, undercut and porosity in the we...

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