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Mic6® Aluminum Cast Plate


Mic 6® Aluminum Cast Plate is a blend of the most desirable features of many individual metals.  The manufacture of this tooling plate material is the most advanced in the cast plate industry.  It promotes consistency between plates and reduces the risk of disrupting  material stability by entrapping stress.  Its cast granular structure and stress relieving properties allow high-speed metal removal with little, if any of the distortion commonly inherent in flat-rolled metals.  Advantages of cast aluminum tooling plate Mic 6® include its light weight, smooth flatness tolerance, good machining qualities, and it is free from tension, contaminants and porosity. 


  • Mic 6®
    Mic 6®

Mic 6® Plate

Standard Industry Specifications

  • Mic 6 (® Alcoa North American Rolled Products)

Inventory Size Range

  • Plate : 0.250" (1/4") - 2.000"  

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The technical data provided is for information only and not for design purposes. It is not warranted or guaranteed.

Mic 6® Aluminum Cast Plate Chemical Properties

This alloy is similar to those in the 7000 series with precise adaptable additions of Zinc, Copper, Magnesium and components of Silicon, Iron and Manganese.

 

Common Applications of Mic 6® Aluminum Cast Tooling Plate include:

  • Machine Components
  • Aerospace and Automotive Components
  • Electronics
  • Laser Technology and Optical Industry

All of our Mic 6® aluminum plate is ordered to specific decimal thicknesses.  

 


Mic 6® Aluminum Cast Plate Physical Properties

   
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 13.1 µin/in-°F 20-100°C, 68-212°F
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 13.6 µin/in-°F 20-200°C, 38-392°F
Thermal Conductivity 985 Btu-in/hr-ft²-°F, 142 W/m-K
Volume Resistivity, Ω-cm 0.00000479

Mic 6® Aluminum Cast Plate Mechanical Properties

   
Yield Strength 105 MPa 15200 psi
Tensile Strength 165 MPa, 23900 psi
Elongation at Break 3%
Harness Brinell 65
Modules of Elasticity, ksi 71.0 GPa    10300 KSI
Density 2.7 g/cm˄3 (.101 lb/in˄3)

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