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6063 is an aluminum alloy, with magnesium and silicon as the alloying elements. It has generally good mechanical properties and is heat treatable and weldable. It is similar to the British aluminum alloy HE9.
This series aluminum sheet provided includes 6061 and 6082 series. More specifically, the 6061 series aluminum sheet is the representative product among this series.
The main ingredient of this series aluminum sheet includes magnesium and silicium elements. It has the features of both 4000 and 5000 series.
6000 Aluminum Sheet Specifications
♦ Alloy:6061 6063 6082 6A02 etc.
♦ Temper: 0-H112
♦ Thickness(mm): 0.6-200mm
♦ Width(mm): 100-220mm
♦ Certificate: ISO9001, MSDS, SGS
Features of 6000 Series Aluminum Sheet
♦ It is a kind of aluminum sheet which can be forged with cold treatment. With this, it can be used in situations which have high demand in anti-corrosion and oxidation.
♦ As a result of its good availability and its connector with super features, it is easily coated and has good processability.
♦ Suitable for further processing of cladding wall and curtain wall
Applications of 6000 Series Aluminum Sheet
♦ This series aluminum sheet can be used in processing airplane parts, camera parts, couplers, ship parts, hardware, electronic accessories and joints, valves and valve parts, etc. It can also be used in low tension weapons and connectors in airplane.
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We went on a quest to find the best indoor antenna at the best price and turned up some interesting results along with a clear winner.
This test was between 3 different indoor antennas. Two are homemade and the other one was a commercially produced antenna that was purchased in a store.
We tested the antennas in 2 different locations. The first one is located 24 miles from the broadcast towers and the second test was done in a location 42 miles from the broadcast towers. Distance was measured in a straight line on google earth. According to the FCC Digital TV Reception Maps, the signal strength for the closer location was rated strong while the signal strength for the location further away was rated as weak. Both tests were held on a good weather day. Over The Air antennas can be affected by the weather, just like satellite providers. However, unlike satellite dishes, reception can sometimes be improved by moving the antenna, sometimes as little as an inch in any direction. We can’t explain it but we know that it works. Another caveat is antenna location. The best location is on an outside wall facing the broadcast towers. If the towers are located to the south, then you want to put your antenna on a south facing wall. Antennas at the opposite end of the house don’t always work as well as they could. You should also try to stay above ground level too. Also keep the length of the cable under 20 feet for best results.
The first antenna we used was one we made out of aluminum foil. Make your own pizza box long range hd antenna https://youtu.be/QNTgboaFxtY . We used the heavy duty stuff since it is easier to work with. In this case, we attached 2 strips to the wall behind the TV. Each strip is 24 inches long and the width of the aluminum foil box it came in. We just pulled out a sheet and tore it off using the cutter edge on the box. Since this type of arrangement isn’t portable, another option is to attach the aluminum foil to a pizza box cover. This antenna can be readily moved if necessary. Check out our video on how to build one on a pizza box by clicking on the link in the description or the link at the end of this video. Both the pizza box antenna and the one we attached to the wall provided the same results but since there can be times when it is helpful to move the antenna to improve reception, we give the edge to the pizza box antenna.
Both strips were attached to the wall using push pins – one on each corner. The strips were placed next to each other without touching together. We used a standard 300 ohm coaxial transformer with 2 lead wires that you can buy in any hardware store for $3 average. This was the biggest expense for this antenna since all the other materials cost less than 50 cents.
Once we had the strips attached to the wall, we attached one transformer lead wire to one of the sheets using another push pin. Pushpins will hold the lead nice and tight against the aluminum foil and keep it in place. We tried just using duct tape in similar instances but the force of gravity will pull the leads away from the duct tape within a few hours.
Attach the other lead to the other sheet and then attach a coax cable to the transformer by screwing it onto the end. Attach the other end of the cable to the Antenna In port on the TV. This may be identified as ANT IN, or Antenna/Cable.
This antenna (we used the pizza box configuration at the 42 mile location) worked very well and picked up both the strong and weak signals.
The second antenna we used was also homemade. It cost a little bit more than the aluminum foil antenna since it used copper wire and relied on fractal math. It was previously suggested that there was some sort of magic involving fractal design antennas and that their special shapes were necessary to receive a broadcast signal but that isn’t necessarily true.
Each ear was made with a piece of 10 gauge copper wire with the insulation stripped off. You also need some screws and washers to holds the wire to a piece of wood. Starting with a piece 10” long, the wire is bent in 60 degree angles to form a star shape. Each leg is 1 inch long. Six of these are made and attached to a piece of wood in the pattern shown, three on each side. You can use a foot long piece of 2×4 or a 1×4. It doesn’t matter of the ears stick out over the edge of the wood or not either. You can also use a piece of acrylic. Each set of three are connected together using an 8 inch piece of wire as shown and both sides are connected together using the leads from the transformer as shown.
So before you go out and spend $20 – $80 on an antenna, make your own as a test. Check out our https://goo.gl/eyvCKV website for more information.