OEM Factory for Anodising Aluminum Coil for New Orleans Importers
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Anodising Aluminum Coil
Alloy: 1060,1050, 1350, 1200, 1100, 3003, 3105, 3004, 3104, 5052, 5083,5754, 6061, 7075, 8011
Temper: O, H12, H14, H16, H18, H22 and H26
Width: 20 to 2550mm
Roll diameter: up to 1,500mm (maximum)
Core inner diameter: 76mm, 152mm, 505mm
Thickness: 0.2 to 7mm
Rolled and laminated width: 2,500mm (maximum)
Coating/lacquers slipped are available in plain or color
Customized requirements are accepted
1. Lamps and lanterns
2. Solar reflective materials;
3. Washing machine and Refrigerator;
1) Light and easy to be bending, has protective film on surface, no damage during processing.
2) Good UV existence: can be used in different kinds of environment, they are corrosion-resistance, no oxidation, damp proof, salt fog-resistance, acerbity and alkali resistance.
3) Pollution-resistance: finger printer is not easy to stay. Easy to clean ,is very suitable for using in air pollution’s area.
4) Scratch-resistance: oxide layer is rigid. Grade of surface hardness reaches to the level of sapphire .hard to be scratched. Common cleaning process won’t make damage to the surface.
5) The color is equal on surface, oxide layer will never be break off.
6) High security: antistatic, cooling, aluminum is good at fire-resistance. There is no poisonous gas after burning, it answer for strict fire control policy.
7) New designs are updated every month. We can explore new designs for Customers as requirements.
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Super Stainless Steel Channel Letter Bender Details:
The Super Stainless Steel Channel Letter Bender is the most advanced fully automatic channel letter fabrication machine for the sign-making industry.This WeR-03 Automatic Stainless Steel Sign bending machine is based on precise mechanical construction and a unique retractable alternating bending mode, use Pre-feeding leveling, clamping alternate feeding, and driving with double lead screw thumbs for slotting. Based on years of experience in the development of channel letter bending equipment, the Auto Bend control system can ensure the letters processing precision, especially fit for making letters with small radian, small angle and complex graphics. It is high-end equipment for making LED signs, Steel letters, channel letters and Epoxy letters.
■Software support: Input with DXF/PLT files, support AUTOCAD, TYPE3, CORELDRAE, ILLUSTRATOR, etc.
■Artificial intelligence function automatically adjusts the bending angle and speed according to the designed shape and length
■Function: V-Slotting, Bending
■Low slotting cost, One tool can be used for half a year (about $25 each tool)
■Control Software update are free
■Could be used for Galvanized steel channel letters, Epoxy channel letters, Stainless steel channel letters, Brass letter , Bronze letter , Aluminum letter .
■Support Windows 2000, XP
Watch more How to Solder videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/504743-Common-Soldering-Mistakes-Soldering
I have here two different pieces of copper that are from a standard [inaudible 00:09] power supply. One common soldering job might be to put a connector on something like this.
This piece of wire has been stripped and sitting out in the air for a long time and I wanted you to see how it looks when compared with something that’s just recently stripped. And holding them side by side, you can see that the one in my right hand is much, much cleaner and shinier. It has a pinkish appearance of nice, clean copper whereas, the one on the left not as copper colored.
The copper that has been exposed to air for a long times forms an oxide layer on its surface and that oxide layer tends to disrupt the alloying process of soldering. So it’s important to be able to get rid of that oxide layer before you begin soldering.
There are two ways to do that. The first is to mechanically remove it. You can do that by using sand paper to abrade away the oxide. And the other way is to chemically remove it and for that, we would use our rosin core.
So let me show you how it looks when we tin solder to the clean copper wire. Begin by adding some rosin, placing it in our vice, and heating it with our iron. See the smoke forming as the flux burns off and we have a nicely tinned piece of copper.
Now, if we try to do the same process with the oxidized copper, we’re going to run into trouble. Add our flux. Okay, here we go. Now, as we heat the joint see that our solder is still tries to find its way in there. It doesn’t make quite the same contact that we had with the other. Just for comparison, I’ll hold them side by side. You see little bits of brown left over? That’s copper that hasn’t been properly soldered and the reason for that is the oxides that have formed on its surface tend to disrupt that alloying process. So in order to make a better solder joint, what we need to do is we need to remove that oxide layer.
What we’ll do is we’ll cut a new piece of wire. Strip and use our sand paper. Twisting the wire. Adding our flux. Applying heat and our solder wicks its way between the wires for a nice, clean tinned copper wire. And there you have it.