T6000 Series Aluminum

Aluminum can be manufactured in more variety than almost any other metal in the industry. People in the architectural and industrial industries seem most interested in aluminum because of its inherent combination of being both lightweight and durable. There are 7 different alloys commonly used in aluminum manufacturing. Each series starts with a number 1-7 (1xxx, 2xxx, 3xxx, 4xxx, 5xxx, 6xxx & 7xxx). That number basically determines what alloying element has been added to the aluminum. 6000 Series is mixed with magnesium and silicone and used predominately in the form of extrusions and structural components like angles, beams and tubes. The most common aluminum used in the general fabrication industry is 3000, 5000 or 6000 series alloys.

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It is important for engineers and architects to have a good understanding of the different types of aluminum welding and fabrication, as well as its many alloys, when ordering a specific type for a project. For example, when it comes to 6000 series aluminum, engineers often need 6061-T6 aluminum. This type of aluminum alloy has high tensile strength, but is also quite brittle. Therefore, it may meet the tensile requirements of a designed part, but fail when the part is to be formed or manufactured because the metal breaks at the bend line.

T6000 Series Aluminum

Due to the problem of fracturing, fabricated aluminum, such as those used in wall panels, general industrial manufacturing, etc., is best made with 5000 series aluminum, which is very easy to shape (without cracks or crazing), but also has a reliable tensile strength. In many cases, aluminum profiles such as aluminum angles, tubes or beams can be used in combination with flat sheet materials, in which case the alloys are not exactly the same. In these cases, manufacturers must ensure that welding consumables are carefully selected and suitable for both alloys. For example, 6000 series aluminum should not be welded to 3000 series filler metals.

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Since laser cutting is a flexible process, playing with laser beams is our passion and specialty. We are able to laser-cut, laser-etch and laser-engrave anything you put your mind to. Creativity and originality drive us to create laser-cut metal parts, no order to big nor to small. When considering laser cutting metal parts, there are endless possibilities to choose from; missing metal parts, metal designs, metal nameplates, metal tags, keys, and more! That is why laser cutting is such a versatile process. Who the hell said metal is too hard to laser-cut?! On the contrary, if you compare with other methods, laser-cut metal parts are one of the most precise, efficient and unproblematic processes.We can laser-cut anything you can dream of: custom metal parts in tags, images, nameplates, marks, etc.

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Here at Laser.us we hold Quality to a high mark, so we ensure our materials are of the best quality for your Labeling for Data Centers & IT Equipment. In a technologically demanding world, the data center is the most crucial component to insure “the lights stay on”. If you require T6000 Series Aluminum – You came to the right place. Simply fill out the RFQ form below and one of our team-members will reach out as soon as possible. We don’t ask for much information, just the basics to get started on sending you an estimate. We understand how valuable your time is and we have stream-lined the process of design, manufacturing and fulfillment. Let us help you build your data center.

T6000 Series Aluminum

Why Lasers are the Future ?

Unlike traditional hand techniques, the intricacy, speed, and cost-effective nature of laser engraving has made it a popular method for businesses needing to personalize large volumes of Labels and Plates for Data Centers & IT Equipment with a consistent result over-all. Laser engraving labels requires careful consideration of the materials properties and refine the laser to the strict parameters to achieve the desired results. Luckily over the years we have perfected our engraving techniques across various material types and popular brands!

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