High Strength , Precision Machined Rolled Plate G.AL® 7075GF
|Alloy||EN AW 7075 [AlZn5,5MgCu]|
|Type of Alloy||heat treatable|
|Surface||two surfaces precision milled, roughness Ra 0.4 µm, foiled on both sides|
In certain applications, the use of higher-strength cast plates is not sufficient; high-strength rolled plates must be used. However, the problem with rolled plates is the wide toleration of thickness and flatness, which results in extremely complex processing. Precision rolled plate G.AL® 7075GF from alloy EN AW 7075 (AlZn5.5MgCu), finely milled on both sides and covered with protective foil, provides users with a semi-finished product which drastically reduces the time required for machining.
- Very high strength
- Narrow tolerances of thickness and flatness
- Very good machinability
- Very good hardness
- Two sides precision machined surface
In, for example, cutting and stamping technology, G.AL® 7075GF is widely used for anvil caps and punch retainers.
Device construction and mechanical engineering
Heavily-loaded transfer and coordinate plates can be made in very short amounts of time with G.AL® 7075GF.
Packaging and printing industry
Base and support plates that are exposed to high stress due to structural or functional reasons are one of the many fields of application of G.AL® 7075GF.
In automation, for example rotary indexing tables, can often be economically produced from this semi-finished product due to the uniform flatness of G.AL® 7075GF.
If components show a very high degree of machining and they must be highly accurate, there can be a problem with warping when using rolled plates. This risk can be minimised if the processed component is subjected to stress relief annealing after the roughing operation at 140 ° C for 2 hours and only then is finished.Wolf Nawratil, Technical Product Manager, GLEICH Aluminium
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