Aluminum Guide

Best Practices for Working with this Light Weight Metal

Aluminum is 75 to 80 percent of the makeup of modern aircraft, used extensively in marine fabrication, and comprises much of the floating envoy to our outer reaches in the International Space Station. Alloyed aluminum is increasingly used in automotive manufacturing and other manufacturing industries due to its impressive strength to weight ratio.

By reading this aluminum overview you can refresh your memory on:

  • Why aluminum is a metal of choice for aerospace and marine
  • How to avoid costly mistakes in handling and processing aluminum
  • Ways to ensure competitive fabrication in an increasingly global market

Read the ebook to ensure you have thought through these important success factors in working with aluminum.

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