Material Aluminum

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Aluminum is a light-weight, non-magnetic, non-sparking metal that is easily formed, drawn and extruded.  Pure aluminum is soft and lacks strength, but when alloyed with other materials (primarily copper, manganese, magnesium, silicon, and zinc) and tempered, can be made to exhibit high strength to weight ratios.  Aluminum is the most widely used non-ferrous metal and is used extensively in many industries, including aerospace, packaging, transportation, electrical and construction. Light weight and quick connect joining materials make aluminum an attractive alternative for some applications.


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