CNC Machining Aluminum Parts
Aluminum is a commonly used CNC machining material, excellent machinability, durability, light weight, low cost is the choice of many products
Aluminum is one of the most economical and applicable materials for current use, and is commonly used for CNC machining because of its light weight and corrosion resistance, excellent machinability, so it is the material of choice in many industries
Designers and engineers often choose aluminum and aluminum alloys for CNC machining and CNC milling parts, and CNC machining can take advantage of these properties to create parts for industries such as aerospace, automotive, electronics and consumer goods.
CNC machining aluminum has a wide range of applications across various industries. Some common applications include:
- Aerospace: Aluminum is widely used in the aerospace industry due to its lightweight properties.
- Automotive: Aluminum components are used in the automotive industry to reduce weight and improve fuel efficiency.
- Electronics: is utilized in the electronics industry to create heat sinks, enclosures, brackets, and connectors.
- Consumer Goods: is used in the production of various consumer goods, including smartphone frames, laptop casings, camera components, and sporting equipment such as bicycle frames and golf club heads.
- Medical Devices: is employed in the medical industry to manufacture surgical instruments, prosthetics, implants, and other medical device components.
- Industrial Machinery: Aluminum parts are used in various industrial machinery and equipment, such as pumps, valves, gears, and robotic components.
anodized aluminum parts
Anodizing is one of the most common finishing options for aluminum, enhancing corrosion resistance, durability, improving aesthetics and adding functionality. Our in-house anodizing workshop offers several types of anodizing options
Chromate anodizing: Commonly used in industries such as automotive, aerospace, electronics and construction
Sulfuric acid anodizing：Commonly used in decorative products such as motorcycles, packaging, and electronic product casings
Hard Anodize or Hardcoat: This is the thickest and hardest anodize available, and has a wide range of applications for parts and products in automotive, aerospace, heavy equipment, marine industry, general manufacturing, and military/law enforcement.