A series of binary to hexanary alloys (Ni, Co, Mo, Al, Fe, Cu) are produced by mechanical alloying. Formation of an FCC solid solution is observed in the binary system. For ternary to quinary systems the presence of an amorphous phase and a BCC solid solution is identified, and for the hexanary system a combination of BCC and FCC solid solutions is detected. There is a very small change in the lattice parameter of Mo, reflecting the limited solid solubility of other element in this structure. However, Mo induces the fast amorphization of other elements and the reduction of crystallite size.