13 Years Manufacturer Cable Aluminum Foil for Naples Manufacturer
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Technical Specifications of Cable Aluminum Foil:
♦ Thickness: 0.009-0.03mm
♦ Width: 250-1280mm
♦ Material (alloy): 8011
♦ Aluminum is lighter in weight and more cost effective than copper.
♦ Thicker film substrates provide higher dielectric and tensile strength.
♦ Thicker foil substrates provide higher conductivity and tensile strength, and lower signal attenuation.
Tips: product width size is divided according to customers’ needs.
Cable Aluminum Foil Application:
Mainly used in construction ,decoration ,packing ,printing, cover material ,piping, electronic, elements, refrigeration, air condition, automobile ,etc.
We possess advanced composite machine and cutting machine, we can cut aluminum foil mylar to the width of 5mm to 1.5m. The main composite materials are PE, PET, BOPP etc.
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I was given the chance to try out the X-Carve by https://www.Inventables.com. I wanted a project that would really test out the versatility of the machine and this is what I came up with.
I cast a block of off the shelf plaster of paris and dried it out next to my garage heater for two weeks. I wanted to remove as much moisture as I could. Using a 5/8″ bit to remove the bulk of the material and a 1/4″ spiral upcut bit for the detail, I milled the plaster block to create a mould. This was messy, but very easy to do. I melted the aluminum in my homemade foundry furnace and poured the liquid aluminum into the mould. The air and moisture that was trapped in the plaster caused a few defects in the casting, but it still came out pretty cool.
I then used the X-Carve and a 1/4″ spiral downcut bit to cut the legs and brace out of 3/4″ baltic birch plywood. I glued thin strips of walnut on to the edges to cover the visible layers. I used a semi gloss spray lacquer on the legs.
I flattened the bottom of the cast top with a belt sander and 120 grit sandpaper. The X-Carve is more than capable milling aluminum and I could have used it for this step as well, but I don’t like aluminum shavings so I decided against it.
I used a two part epoxy putty to attach the top to the base and this stool is ready for action.
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—X-Carve & bits – https://www.inventables.com
—Plaster of Paris – https://www.amazon.com/Dap-10312-Plaster-Of-Paris/dp/B00S04JR7A/ref=as_sl_pc_ss_til?tag=dustin0e-20&linkCode=w01&linkId=AUVGH3IUH5S6IQ25&creativeASIN=B00S04JR7A
—Titebond Glue – https://www.amazon.com/Franklin-International-1414-Titebond-3-Ultimate/dp/B0002YQ3KA/ref=as_sl_pc_ss_til?tag=dustin0e-20&linkCode=w01&linkId=QATSDEY3W3LV35HL&creativeASIN=B0002YQ3KA
—Epoxy Putty – https://www.amazon.com/Star-Brite-Epoxy-Putty-4-Ounce/dp/B001449M4Q/ref=as_sl_pc_ss_til?tag=dustin0e-20&linkCode=w01&linkId=KXCFKG6JRDIAZ23W&creativeASIN=B001449M4Q
—Spray Lacquer – https://www.amazon.com/Rust-Oleum-63281-Watco-Lacquer-Finish/dp/B0002YQDVE/ref=as_sl_pc_ss_til?tag=dustin0e-20&linkCode=w01&linkId=KDMLT7RGL6UIQYSO&creativeASIN=B0002YQDVE
—Foundry Furnace Video – https://youtu.be/CbfjmqEagWA
Short video showing how the SCS is working