Anyone knows of any alternative methods ot fabricate a Copper-Berrilium / or Copper-Nickel / alloy into a small tubular form (Custom design)... I need to Mold a Copper Alloy with the following dimensions : Precision required. http://www.fileden.com/files/2008/4/23/1880222/Copper%20Tube%20Fabrication.JPG [Broken] R1 = 5mm R2 = 6.5mm L = 40mm Rc = 3mm (tip of this part is conical, and Closed, hence radius of this Hemisphere end Rc ) And that's it. But i need a maximum of 20 Pieces of this part. So i cannot go for Die-casting. It'l be way too expensive for me... Does anyone know of any other methods to fabricate this in Copper - or any of its alloys? I need it for Heat-transfer applications, which may involve rapid heating and cooling of the part. What is the best way to do this? and the cheapest. cuz, i dont want high volume. only high precision. Please suggest. Thanks.