Aluminium extrusions can be sawn accurately with limited formation of burrs. The appearance of the cut, the alloy used and the extrusion`s hardness determine the size of the teeth, the number of revolutions per minute, the number of teeth, the diameter of the blade and the feed.
Other cutting fabrication as deburring, drilling, tapping, milling and turning.
Friction Stir Welding (FSW) is a joining method where a tool is pressed down into the metal and run along the joint.
FSW is suitable for joining extrusions of between 2 and 8 mm thick and the welding speed is about 1 m/min.
Adhesive bonding is an important complement to conventional joining methods. Aluminium is the most frequently adhesive bonded metal.
Most aluminium alloys can be welded by conventional welding processes even if specialized welding methods have been developed for aluminium.
Hollow extrusion with two cavities.
Cutting, milling, drilling. All carried out in CNC-controlled multitask machines.
Light grey colour anodising.
Finished product; support beam for a bike holder.