Alumec User Guide

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Our Mission and Culture
Product Overview
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Material Properties
Terminology
Overview
Compressive and bearing strength
Corrosion resistance
Damage tolerance and fracture toughness
Elastic Properties
Elongation
Fatigue
Proof stress
Relative density
Ultimate tensile strength
Young's modulus
Through Thickness Hardness
Physical Properties
Corrosion
Overview
Cooling Channel Corrosion
Corrosion in Storage
General Corrosion
Tensile Properties
Overview
Introduction
Room Temperature
Elevated Temperature
Fatigue
Fatigue
Fatigue Properties
Fatigue behaviour
Fatigue Failure
Measuring Fatigue Life
Fatigue Performance
Surface Treatments
Overview
Anodising
Electroless Nickel
Case Studies
Injection Moulding
Alumec 100: Polymer and Resin Compatibility Chart
Alumec 100: Machining Wear Comparisons with P20 Steel
Alumec 100: PC Cycle Time Comparisons with NAK80 Steel
Alumec 100: PC Cooling Distortion Comparisons with NAK80 Steel
Alumec 100: HIPS Cycle Time Comparisons with P20 Steel
Alumec 100: HIPS Machining Time Comparisons with P20 Steel
Alumec 100: EDM Comparisons with P20 Steel
Alumec 100: PP >800,000 shots
Alumec 100: PP 40,000 shots /year
Alumec 89: PA + 30% Glass >15000 shots
Alumec 89: ABS 250000 parts
Alumec 89: ABS 45000 shots
Alumec 89: GP PS 2000 shots
Alumec 89: GP PS 2000 shots B
Alumec 89: PP + 20% Glass 30 shots
Alumec 89: PS 3000 shots
Alumec 89: PP >120000 shots
Alumec 79: Polyethylene 100000 shots
Alumec 79: ABS Low volume
Alumec 79: TPE 91 1 B 16500 shots
Extrusion Moulding
Expansion Moulding
Mould Design Guidelines
Overview
Switching from Steel to Aluminum
Design Considerations
Machining Aluminum Moulds
Repair of Alumec Products
TIG Welding
Alumec Welding Set-ups
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