As we all know, aluminum is a kind of material that is easy to maintain for high corrosion resistance. In general, daily care is enough to keep its glossy look. However, it is hard to avoid surface wear and water stains during the handling process. Both of them will greatly affect the finished effect of the profile. So how to prevent it? Let's read on to figure it out.
Aluminum profile has a wide range of applications for being versatile and low cost. As a remarkable material, both surface quality and appearance are very important. Thus, in some cases, it is necessary to take a surface treatment to protect the profile.
Aluminum extrusion molding applies strong pressure to the metal blank placed in the mold cavity (or extrusion barrel), forcing the metal blank to undergo directional plastic deformation and extruding from the die hole of the extrusion die to obtain the required section plastic processing method of part or semi-finished product with shape, size and certain mechanical properties.
As we all know, the aluminum extrusion process is one of the most widespread techniques at present. However, many people may not have a full understanding of it. Don't worry. This article can help you to figure out.
Aluminum extrusion is a technique used to transform aluminum alloy into objects with a definitive cross-sectional profile for a wide range of uses. The extrusion process makes the most of aluminum’s unique combination of physical characteristics.
Aluminum profiles can be used for a variety of purposes, such as door & window, vehicle structure, construction, etc. The greater the demand, the more competitive the industry becomes. For new buyers, it is difficult to tell how to select a good profile maker. And this article starts with five key factors to find the answer.
The working principle of aluminum profile extruder is a physical deformation principle. It uses ancillary equipment such as electromagnetic heating furnaces or coil induction heating furnaces to heat the aluminum rods to about 450 ° C and then extrudes them with an extruder. The principle of the extruder is that the aluminum rods heated by the device in the extruder barrel are propelled at one end. The other end is the corresponding mold.