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7075 Aluminium Sheet
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|Specification||Name: 7000 series Aluminum Sheet|
|Temper: H112, T6, T651 etc.|
|Width: Up to 1500mm|
|Surface treatment: mill finished, Print marks|
|Feature||High strength and heat treatable alloy|
|Good mechanical properties|
|Easy processing, good abrasive resistance|
|Good corrosion and oxidation resistance|
|Application||Aerospace industry, blow molding (bottle) mold, ultrasonic plastic welding mold, high child husband ball, shoe, paper and plastic molding, foam molding, lost wax mold, templates, fixtures, machinery and equipment, mold processing etc.
|Alloy||Chemical Component %≤|
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