HTS-200 Aluminum

Hi guys.

Here’s a video about how HTS-200 Aluminum is used for tools and products reparaiments.

Requires no chemicals and repaire all aluminum alloys and work with any torch. It is very resistent, faster and less expensive than other methods.

It’s a kind of aluminum welding that’s used not only to join pieces, but to replace its parts, improve and provide better and more resilient in different products.

Great aluminum innovations.

[Via Youtube]


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Aluminum Purses

Aluminum designer purses featuring soft leather interiors are the perfect fashion accessories for the modern woman. Made by Zero Halliburton these purses offer pure sophistication with their stylized sleek form and beautiful color choices of pink, navy, turquoise, light green, cabernet, gold and black. The main material of the purse is aluminum, so it is a very good quality material that long last many time and also can be recycle when you don’t need it any more, also has a nice looking and fashionable style.

Also we show you more examples of how aluminum is use to create different types of fashion purses.

Girl’s will love this post.

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Pots and pans.

Hey guys, and now like every week, check this out.

It is a perfect description of how industry uses technology in a very advance way to manufacture aluminum pots and pans. First, aluminum is a material with several good characteristics to become kitchen tools. Pots and pans are very interesting products because are objects that surround us every day of our entire life for making less complex our daily routines.

In fact I knew some ways of making this products in a very superficial way, also I knew about many possibilities to fabricate these products, but this video was different for me, a lot of human effort to make this process happen, machines and robots are very impressive, and now I share it to all of you.

When I saw it I was shocked about the complexity of how industry make this everyday products.

So, since today, when I see an aluminum pot and a pan I will make reverence to those who create them.

[Via Youtube]

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Recycling Aluminum

Check this out! It’s a very interesting video about aluminum cans recycling! And how this process is one of the most ecological in world! Aluminun can be recycled on its 100%, it’s a great raw material.

Aluminum recycling is the process by which scrap aluminum can be reused in products after its initial production. The process involves simply re-melting the metal, which is far less expensive and energy intensive than creating new. Recycling scrap aluminum requires only 5% of the energy used to make new aluminium.

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Sources for recycled aluminium include foundries, aircraft, automobiles, bicycles, boats, computers, cookware, gutters, siding, wire and many other products that require a strong light weight material, or a material with high thermal conductivity. As recycling does not damage the metal’s structure, aluminium can be recycled indefinitely and still be used to produce any product for which new aluminium could have been used.

Great, doesn´t it?

[via Wikipedia]

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Why Aluminium?

Aluminium is a young material and is the metal of choice for leading designers, architects and engineers, all of whom are looking for a material which combines functionality and cost-effectiveness with forward looking form and design potential.

Aluminium is an extraordinarily versatile material , the range of forms it can take and variety of surface finishes available means it lends itself to a wide range of products. The metal’s light weight and numerous material qualities mean that products have been designed for use in all areas of modern life.  It is a good conductor of electricity and most overhead and many underground transmission lines are made of aluminium.  It transmits conducted heat and reflects radiant heat, making it an excellent medium from which to produce cooking utensils and foils, radiators and building insulation.  Its strength, combined with low density, make it ideal for transport and packaging applications. Aluminium is a unique metal: strong, durable, flexible, impermeable, lightweight, corrosion-resistant and a hundred percent recyclable, its unique combination of properties makes it suitable for myriad applications.

That’s why Aluminium.

(via International Aluminium Institute)

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cloud chair, amazing aluminum furniture

Amazing isn’t it? Cloud chair from Richard Hutten is a polished and nickel plated aluminum casting, looks impeccable, it was produced by Ormond Editions in Holland, and was shown at the Milan design fair in 2009.

What do you think? Maybe it is not the most functional piece of furniture you can find, but sure is completely elegant and amazing, manufactured with a very high quality, Cloud Chair dimensions are 125/95/85 cm and weights 80kg.

It was produced in a limited edition, only 8 pieces were made, we don’t have the price but probably they are already sold out.

Amazing what you can achieve with aluminum castings, if you need more information about the kind of process they must have done visit this section of Torrey Foundry webpage.

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incredible 5 axis CNC machining

Check out this incredible 5 axis CNC aluminum machining of a motorcycle helmet, all was done on a single set up, it’s just amazing.

The material used is an A7N01-T6 aluminum alloy.

The job was done by Daishin Company.

(via Form Loves Function)

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