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Aluminium Parts

CNC machined aluminum parts are precision-engineered components crafted through CNC machining processes (turning or milling) from high-quality aluminum alloy materials. These parts are known for their exceptional strength-to-weight ratio, corrosion resistance, and thermal conductivity, making them suitable for a wide range of applications in industries such as aerospace, automotive, electronics, and more. CNC machining ensures precise and accurate dimensions, allowing for intricate designs and tight tolerances, resulting in durable and reliable aluminum parts that meet the most demanding engineering requirements.


Aluminium parts possess several key characteristics that make them widely used in various industries:

  1. Lightweight: Aluminium is a lightweight metal, making it an ideal choice for applications where weight reduction is essential, such as in aerospace and automotive industries.

  2. High Strength: Despite its low weight, aluminium exhibits excellent strength, allowing it to withstand considerable mechanical stresses.

  3. Corrosion Resistance: Aluminium forms a natural oxide layer that provides excellent corrosion resistance, making it suitable for outdoor and marine applications.

  4. Thermal Conductivity: Aluminium has excellent thermal conductivity, making it effective in dissipating heat and cooling applications.

  5. Electrical Conductivity: Aluminium is a good electrical conductor, making it appropriate for electrical and electronic components.

  6. Machinability: Aluminium is easy to machine, making it a preferred material for precision components and CNC machining.

  7. Versatility: Aluminium can be easily formed, extruded, cast, or machined into a wide range of shapes and sizes.

  8. Recyclability: Aluminium is highly recyclable, contributing to sustainable and eco-friendly manufacturing practices.

  9. Non-Magnetic: Aluminium is non-magnetic, making it suitable for applications where magnetic interference must be avoided.

  10. Aesthetic Appeal: Aluminium has a natural silvery-white appearance that can be further enhanced through various surface finishes and coatings.

  11. Non-Toxic: Aluminium is non-toxic and safe for use in food processing and medical applications.

  12. Cost-Effective: Aluminium is relatively cost-effective compared to other metals with similar properties.

Due to these characteristics, aluminium parts are utilized in an extensive range of applications, including aircraft components, automotive parts, consumer electronics, building materials, and much more.

Aluminium grades refer to the different alloys of aluminium, each with unique compositions and properties tailored to specific applications. These grades are identified by a four-digit number system established by the Aluminum Association. The first digit indicates the major alloying element, and subsequent digits represent variations in the alloy composition.

Some common aluminium grades and their characteristics include:


  1. 1xxx Series: Pure Aluminium

    • Grade 1100: Soft, ductile, and excellent corrosion resistance; used in chemical and food processing industries.

  2. 2xxx Series: Aluminium-Copper Alloys

    • Grade 2024: High strength, good fatigue resistance; used in aerospace and structural applications.

    • Grade 2011: Free-machining alloy with good mechanical properties.

  3. 3xxx Series: Aluminium-Manganese Alloys

    • Grade 3003: Non-heat treatable, moderate strength, excellent corrosion resistance; used in general fabrication and cooking utensils.

  4. 4xxx Series: Aluminium-Silicon Alloys

    • Grade 4043: Good fluidity and corrosion resistance; used as a welding filler material.

  5. 5xxx Series: Aluminium-Magnesium Alloys

    • Grade 5052: Excellent corrosion resistance, moderate strength; used in marine and architectural applications.

    • Grade 5083: High strength and exceptional corrosion resistance; used in marine and structural applications.

  6. 6xxx Series: Aluminium-Magnesium-Silicon Alloys

    • Grade 6061: Versatile, with good strength, corrosion resistance, and machinability; commonly used in aerospace and automotive components.

    • Grade 6082: Similar to 6061, used in structural and general engineering applications.

  7. 7xxx Series: Aluminium-Zinc Alloys

    • Grade 7075: High strength, used in aerospace and high-stress applications.

  8. 8xxx Series: Other Elements

    • Grade 8006: Aluminium-Lithium alloy with improved strength-to-weight ratio; used in aerospace applications.

These are just a few examples of aluminium grades, each designed to meet specific needs in various industries. The selection of the appropriate grade depends on factors such as mechanical properties, corrosion resistance, formability, and cost-effectiveness for the intended application.

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