1) Products description
Black hard anodized aluminum extruded heatsink
Alu alloy 6061-T6
lnjection mold→Die Casting Raw Material → Trimming → Deburring →CNC turning → black anodizing→ package → Shipping,etc.
Available facilities for this product
Four sets advanced CNC machining centers (3axis,4axis,CNC machine center)
Twenty sets CNC Lathes, 2sets drilling machines, etc.
X-ray Detector, CMM inspection machine, Spectrum Meter, Imaging Measurement Instrument, etc.
Sand blasting then black anodized
Ultrasound devices, Diagnosis Equipment, Hospital machines, Medical devices, marine & ship equipment, Telecommunication, Textile Industry, etc
Inner packaging:1PCS/ color box Outside Packaging:18pcs/carton.32 Cartons/wooden case
2) In-house anodizing capabilities
NINGBO AIKEHAN integrated facility provides extrusion, machining, fabricating, assembly and packaging, in addition to your anodizing needs. Because all these services are under one roof, we can effectively and efficiently manage your products’ production schedule.
In addition, we provide quality anodizing as a stand-alone service for OEMs and other fabricators.
We’re able to anodize any size component up to 150 inches, from the smallest cut-length piece to long, linear extrusions. Our two-step process incorporates sulfuric anodizing with inorganic and electrolytic color methods to provide the traditional range of attractive, durable colors. All colors currently offered by Mid-States Aluminum are light and weather-fast, and will outperform any organic coating in the market.
* Colors shown here are not exact. Mid-States Aluminum works with their customers to establish acceptable color ranges for each project.
· Maximum width of 30″
· Maximum height of 48″
· Maximum length of 150″
The aluminum extrusion process really begins with the design process, for it is the design of the product – based on its intended use – that determines many of the ultimate production parameters. Questions regarding machinability, finishing, and environment of use will lead to the choice of alloy to be extruded. The function of the profile will determine the design of its form and, hence, the design of the die that shapes it. Once the design questions have been answered, the actual extrusion process begins with billet, the aluminum material from which profiles are extruded. The billet must be softened by heat prior to extrusion. The heated billet is placed into the extrusion press, a powerful hydraulic device wherein a ram pushes a dummy block that forces the softened metal through a precision opening, known as a die, to produce the desired shape. This is a simple diagram of a typical horizontal hydraulic extrusion press; the direction of extrusion here is from left to right. That is a simplified description of the process known as direct extrusion, which is the most common method in use today. Indirect extrusion is a similar process, but with some important differences. In the direct extrusion process, the die is stationary and the ram forces the alloy through the opening in the die. In the indirect process, the die is contained within the hollow ram, which moves into the stationary billet from one end, forcing the metal to flow into the ram, acquiring the shape of the die as it does so. The extrusion process has been likened to squeezing toothpaste out of a tube. When pressure is applied at the closed end, the paste is forced to flow through the open end, accepting the round shape of the opening as it emerges. If the opening is flattened, the paste will emerge as a flat ribbon. Complex shapes can be produced by complex openings. Bakers,