Factory Promotional Aluminium Coil 3004/3104 For Can Body to Irish Importers
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ALUMINIUM COIL 3004/3104 FOR CAN BODY OF RING-PULL CAN
Application:widely used in body of ring-pull can,bottle cap,color aluminum sheet,building materials,roof board,aluminum pot,radiator,cosmetic packing,materials for ships etc.
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I had a few people mention why the outside profile cut wasn’t as clean as it should’ve been. I cut this spacer plate as a test and had good results. Cutting at 25k RPM, 30 IPM with a .125 single flute carbide endmill. Finish pass was 0.01