|Product Name||Aluminum Coil/Strip|
|Alloy/Grade||1000 Series 2000 Series 3000 Series 5000 Series 6000 Serie 7000 Series 8000 Series|
|Temper||O-H112 T3-T8 T351-T851|
|Length||As per your requirements|
|Application||Industry Decoration Building Packing Pressing Etc|
|Surface treatment||Mill Finish Coated Powder Coated Anodized Polished mirror Embossed Etc|
|Tolerances||As per your requirements|
|Delivery time||7-25 days after order confirmation|
|Coil ID||As per your requirements|
|Price terms||FOB CIF CFR CNF Etc|
|Payment term||L/C D/A D/P T/T West Union Money Gram Etc|
|Standards||ASTM-B209 EN573-1 GB/T3880 1-2006|
Aluminum coil is a kind of metal product for flying shear after calendering and drawing and bending angle processing.
Aluminum coil processing technology
Silicon is corrosive to cemented carbide. Although aluminum alloys with more than 12% Si are generally referred to as high silicon aluminum alloys and diamond cutting tools are recommended, this is not absolute. Some manufacturers therefore recommend using diamond cutters when the silicon content exceeds 8% . Aluminum alloy with silicon content between 8% and 12% is a transition zone, which can be made by using either conventional cemented carbide or diamond tool. But the use of cemented carbide should be used by PVD (physical coating) method, aluminum-free, smaller thickness of the film tool. Because the PVD method and the small film thickness make it possible for the tool to maintain a sharp cutting edge (otherwise the aluminum alloy will not be sharp enough if the edge is passivated enough to prevent the film from growing abnormally at the Edge) , however, the aluminum-containing film material may cause the blade film to have the affinity with the workpiece material and destroy the bond between the film and the tool substrate. Because the superhard coating is mostly aluminum, nitrogen, titanium compounds, may be due to cemented carbide matrix with the film exfoliation when a small amount of exfoliation caused by avalanche.
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