What is aluminium?
Aluminium is a chemical element with the symbol Al. The melting point is 659 ° C and boiling point is 2270 ° C. It is a silvery-white light metal with a specific gravity of 2.7/cm³.
Aluminium is the most common metal on earth and accounts for 7% of the earth's crust in its oxide form. Aluminium has good durability. The reason is that the surface of aluminium will form a thin transparent film (about 0.01 micron) of aluminium oxide, which prevents water (for example) from coming into direct contact with the aluminium surface.
Aluminium is used in most industries from automotive to medical. Most of the items we cast are made of aluminium. The material is relatively easy to work with and the end product has good aesthetic appeal.
We manufacture aluminium prototypes in various alloys, including alloys used in die casting.
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See the list of the metals we use in the production of prototypes
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