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Milling aluminum plates plates flat for mating surfaces (self.machining) submitted 5 years ago by jcardi2890 Hi All, I'm having a problem where I'm not getting flat surfaces when machining plates of 6061 that are 2" x 7" and 0.5" thick.
Milling Aluminium plates on a Haas VM-3 moldmaker. CNC Vertical Mill - One way to clamp flat, thin, large part by using fixture clamps - Duration: 0:37. EnMi BiBo 4,604 views
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6061 Aluminum Plate is the alloy of choice for all-purpose applications. 6061 Aluminum Plate is an aluminum-silicon-magnesium alloy, strengthened by precipitation hardening. This alloy has medium strength, formability, weldability, machinability and corrosion resistance.
Machining requires working with all grades and alloys of aluminum to meet the demands of various specifications, including secondary operations such as anodizing and tumbling. It is imperative that the materials, coatings, and geometry all work in conjunction to ensure successful machining.
Mic 6 Aluminum. It promotes consistancy between plates and reduces the risk of disrupting material stability by entrapped stress. The optimium in molten metal cleanliness has been achieved by the continuous application of SNIF degassing and impurity removal technology to every MIC 6® plate that is cast.
3003 aluminum plate is a softer, more formable aluminum (when drilled and tapped, is like chewing gum). It also offers good weldability, resistance to corrosion, and low cost. Typical uses include ductwork, cooking utensils, gasoline tanks, heat exchangers, pressure vessels, and general sheet metal work.
Aluminum sheet and plate are lighter in weight than steel, brass, and copper, and have high strength-to-weight ratios. Offering good corrosion resistance and conductivity of heat and electricity, most alloys also provide moderate formability and machinability.