FLAT ALUMINUM TRIM
WHAT IS A FLAT ALUMINUM TRIM AND WHERE IT IS USED
Flat trim profiles and edgings are long, narrow, and thin aluminum shapes produced through extrusion. They are commonly applied in automotive design and architecture. Extrusion molding is the process of shaping aluminum by forcing it out or extruding through a die. Aluminum trims often get anodized, which helps them to strengthen their corrosion resistance (see anodized aluminum tubing).
Anodized flat aluminum trims and bars are metal products designed specifically to cover seams and joints in aluminum structures and used for a variety of other purposes. Besides being an aesthetic and supportive element, it is often used on the surface to cover seals and protect an object in areas where it can be struck or damaged from outside.
Ordering Custom Anodized Flat Aluminum Trims
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In the press, the metal is forced under pressure to pass through a die. The force required to make the billet pass through a die is applied by a hydraulic piston. Depending on its size, the press can generate a force that varies from a few hundred tons to over 20,000 tons. The choice of a press should normally be correlated with the dimensions of the extruded parts.
Billets used for extruding T bars are long solid aluminum cylinders varying in diameter from 6 inches to 18 inches.
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