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specifications:01) alloy: a3003 a110002) aluminium thickness: 0.026mm -

0.60mm03) aluminium width:a) standard width: 1,240mmb) special width:

1,300mm, 1,520mm, 1,570mm and 1,595mm are also available04) coating finish:

pvdf, polyester, acrylic05) total coating thickness:a) pvdf coating: more than

25 micronb) polyester coating: more than 18 micron06) coating hardness (pencil

hardness) more than 2h07) adhesion: 5j08) impact resistance: no cracking and

peeling09) flexibility (t-bend): 2t10) mek resistance: more than 10011) bottom

side aluminium sheet is coated with protective polyester material, an the

thickness is more than 6 micron12) minimum order: 1mt/1 x 20' fcl (about

17mt)13) certification: certificate of origin14) delivery time: 8 - 15 days after

receiving your first depositapplications:used to manufacture decorative

materials, such as aluminium composite panels, brushed panels, lampshades,

and other composite panels:1) exterior applications: wall cladding, facades,

roofs and canopies, tunnels, column covers or renovations2) interior

applications: wall cladding, ceilings, bathrooms, kitchens and balconies3)

advertisement and market applications: display platformssignboards, fascias

and shop fronts4) transport and industrial applicationspacking:export standard,

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Q:im wondering how to sand an aluminum bike can sombody help?
Google How to paint a bike there are plenty of sites that tell you how.
Q:Procedure on how to shape, bore, and to connect acrylic to aluminum alloy.?
I've used both acrylic and aluminum in my projects. Acrylic is fairly easy to work with. you didn't specify what kind of 'shaping' you needed. In general it is best to use a high speed, small bite working tool like a router or a 'hack saw' type blade in a jig saw. don't use a circular saw. the back edge of the blade tends to mar the acrylic surface through friction. so use a router whenever possible for long straight edges and where appropriate for edging. Use the jig saw for free form work and finish with a dremel tool at high speed with fine grit sand paper on a drum. drilling acrylic is tough. you need a press. if you use a hand drill you almost always tilt the drill in the process which causes the flutes to bite into the edge of your hole either snapping a sheet, or maring the surface of a block. plan on using (borrowing) a drill press at high speed. attaching acryl to acryl is easy. cyanoacrylate (super glue) gives the best looking finish but is brittle. plastic adhesive epoxy is good but often has a yellow tint. attaching acrylic to aluminum is tougher. the same glues work ok, but not as good as acryl to acryl. better to drill and tap holes to receive screws. either the acrylic or the aluminum can take a thread. the question is the load weight on the joint. threads in alum are stronger.
Q:What are the advantages of two-sided aluminum foil, phenolic resin and color coated phenolic resin?
Color steel phenolic board is to double 0.06mm foil, phenolic foil on one side of the aluminum foil into 0.2mm color steel plate, so as to increase the phenolic resin plate impact resistance, not easy to pierce.
Q:what is better a 7 ply skate board or aluminum?
aluminum is more durable and almost the same weight. BUT....I don't think they pop as good and I don't think they are as easy to controll in the air with your feet. I also have grown accustumed to they way the board feels when it flexes and you lose that flex with the alluminum boards. So landing on a rail to do a boardslide is abrupt and sudden where the wooden board absorbs some of the shock from the rail and makes the air-to-rail transition alot smoother. I also think it is easier to land on a wooden deck when you drop from a great height and do not have alot of forward momentum. but the alluminum boards do last longer and stand bigger impacts I have only owned one single alluminum board though. maybe listen to somebody who uses alluminum as their main favorite board
Q:Are carbon arrows that much better than aluminum arrows?
I'm a novice bow shooter, and my grandfather gave me a compound bow (similar to the one Rambo carries, except it doesn't fold up) I bought like 6 carbon arrows, 2 of which I missed the target with, 1 went through the stone driveway (pushed the rocks out of the way) and about a foot into the side of a hill, the other went through my dad's car's fender (like 1/6 metal).
Q:Durability of Aluminum jewelry.?
I doubt it is truly aluminum and not some tin alloy like they use for dog tags... And I tell you that to use plain aluminum for jewelry is to invite heavy metal poisoning. the gray tarnish from the aluminum can enter directly into the blood stream, where it will get loged in the liver for a very long time if you are lucky, and cause damage to other organs if you are not. I too make jewelry, and a silver gold smith... and have worked on aluminum aircraft for the better part of 20 years... what you think is aluminum os either pewter or tin! ME! .
Q:what is are things made out of aluminum?
Aluminium is used in a huge variety of products including cans, foils, kitchen utensils, window frames, beer kegs and aeroplane parts. This is because of its particular properties. It has low density, is non-toxic, has a high thermal conductivity, has excellent corrosion resistance and can be easily cast, machined and formed. It is also non-magnetic and non-sparking. It is the second most malleable metal and the sixth most ductile. It is often used as an alloy because aluminium itself is not particularly strong. Alloys with copper, manganese, magnesium and silicon are lightweight but strong. They are very important in the construction of aeroplanes and other forms of transport. Aluminium is a good electrical conductor and is often used in electrical transmission lines. It is cheaper than copper and weight for weight is almost twice as good a conductor. When evaporated in a vacuum, aluminium forms a highly reflective coating for both light and heat. It does not deteriorate, like a silver coating would. These aluminium coatings have many uses, including telescope mirrors, decorative paper, packages and toys.
Q:What is a good electric melting furnace for melting aluminum?
Aluminum melts at about 1100 degrees, so you're going to need a 1200 degree furnace. Personally, I would use an acetylene torch with a rosebud. I've melted plenty o faluminum that way, just to pass time in the shop when I was bored.
Q:relationship in temperature and charge.... along with aluminum?
aluminum is very resistant to heat and electric charge? What do you define as resistant? As stated, the question makes no sense, let alone being correct. Please clarify and repost.
Q:welding aluminum?
Lincoln Electric has good information on welding aluminum. It used to be accepted knowledge that torch welding of aluminum was not possible, but that has changed with new fluxes.

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