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Classification of Aluminum
● Raw aluminum (turned sand aluminum), raw aluminum is a low purity aluminum extracted from a naturally refined chemical constituent alumina. Raw aluminum is impure aluminum, which, like pig iron, breaks hard as soon as it is knocked. Common aluminum products are light and thin, which is cooked aluminum. The aluminum alloy is smelted with a small amount of magnesium, manganese, copper and other metals in pure aluminum, and the corrosion resistance and hardness are greatly improved. Raw aluminum Ingredients: 98% or less aluminum, the nature is brittle and hard, only sand casting products. Cooked aluminum Ingredients: More than 98% aluminum, soft in nature, can be calendered or rolled into a variety of utensils.
● Die-cast aluminum Casting is a process of metal smelting, usually by casting the mold in the mold using the gravity of the metal. However, "aluminum die-casting" is not done by gravity, but exerts a certain pressure. A bit like "injection molding". But it has a set of technically high cores, cooling and other systems. In general, the materials are sent to a cavity to be cast into a cavity through a centralized inlet to form a part. Aluminium suitable for die casting process is die-cast aluminum, usually die-cast aluminum.
● 6061 aluminum, 6063 aluminum They are four-digit aluminum alloys with magnesium and silicon as the main alloying elements and Mg2Si phase as the strengthening phase. The first digit is a number, which is used to group groups. The last two digits are used to distinguish material grades within the same group of series and have no special meaning.
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1. What information should be provided for accurate quotation?
2D drawings with dimensional accuracy requirements, surface quality requirements, casting materials and other technical requirements;
3D models and quantity required.
2. What kind of material do you usually use?
A356(ZL101A) and A380(YL112)
3. What's the difference between A356 and A380.
|Alloy Grades||Alloy Code||Mechanical Properties|
(Different by casting methods)
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