Mechanical Process

Mechanical Process

In this department, we have all the machinery that focuses on the mechanical processing of our premium-quality aluminum profiles. As Six Metal, we can produce profiles that require minimal mechanical processing after the extrusion. However, in some products, our customers may need different forms after the extrusion processes.

We carry out all these operations in our mechanical process and offer an all-in-one solution for the needs and preferences of our customers. In addition to this, this department also helps us to offer some of the most preferred and demanded profile products on the market.

In our department, which we constantly improve and renew in line with new technologies, we offer high precision and premium-quality services with all kinds of processes they may need. Our expert team offer services such as machining, orientation, drilling, tapping, thread milling, notching, saw cutting, and much more.

Six Metal also has a heat barrier line and offers the assembly of heat-insulated profiles upon the requests of our customers. With years of experience in the industry, we offer custom solutions for the needs of our customers.

If you would like to get the detailed information regarding our services and technical equipment available in our mechanical process department, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Frequently Asked Questions

Industrially, there is special machinery that helps you to cut the aluminum profile. However, if you are planning to cut the aluminum profile at home, then you will need a miter saw or a regular carbide blade. It is worth noting that you need to fix your aluminum profile very well before the cutting process to minimize the error margins. Moreover, we recommend marking the cut line in advance.

Aluminum grades represent the elasticity of the alloys. In this regard, the higher the first number of series, the stronger the aluminum will be. Considering this fact, you need to pick the series with the lowest number. However, not all aluminum series are great for bending. In general, the 3003 series is considered to be the best aluminum alloy for bending.

Aluminium Profile Catalog