Metallic glasses have attracted many attention in the last decade due to their high corrosion resistance, high hardness and remarkable strength. The disadvantage of these materials lie in the low formability properties. Therefore focus have been made over the production of semi-crystal and semi-amorphous composites. In this work, arc melting method was used to produce such composites from Fe50Cu30Cr9,6Co8Ni2,4, Fe75Cr17Ni4Cu4 and Fe61,25Co20Cr12,75Ni3Cu3. 10 g of powders were used as the raw materials. When Cu was added above the solubility limit, they were segregated and no amorphous phase was formed. The amorphous layer thickness was approximately 500 micron and there were no cracks in the structure. Also, no oxide layer was observed in the interface. It was concluded that 3 atom configuration, size and entropy difference rule was not necessarily valid for amorphous metal formation.