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Aluminum 6061-T6: Often referred to as the "aviation aluminum alloy" due to its use in aircraft structures. It offers a blend of high strength, superior workability, and impressive corrosion resistance. Accepts applied coatings very well and has excellent joining characteristics.

Aluminum 6060: A versatile alloy mainly used for complex cross-sections. It exhibits good surface finish, corrosion resistance, and weldability.

Aluminum 6063: Popular in architectural applications because of its smooth surface finish and good extrudability. Offers moderate strength and corrosion resistance.

Aluminum 6082: Primarily used in Europe, it's structurally comparable to 6061. It offers good formability and weldability, and is often used in high-stress applications.

Aluminum 5052: Known for its workability and resistance to saltwater corrosion. Often used in marine and aircraft fuel tanks.

Aluminum 7075-T6: One of the strongest aluminum alloys. Used in aircraft structures due to its high strength and light weight. Less corrosion-resistant than some other aluminums but can resist stress and crack propagation.

Aluminum 5083: Known for its exceptional performance in extreme environments. It is resistant to attack by seawater and industrial chemicals and is used in marine applications.

Aluminum 2024: Primarily used in aerospace due to its high strength and fatigue resistance. However, it's more prone to corrosion compared to other aluminums.304 Stainless Steel: Widely used stainless steel due to its corrosion resistance and ability to be formed and welded easily.303 Stainless Steel: A variant of 304, designed for easier machining. Slightly less corrosion-resistant.

316 Stainless Steel: Offers higher corrosion resistance than 304, especially against chlorides. Often used in marine environments.

316L Stainless Steel: Similar to 316 but with lower carbon content to resist corrosion after welding.

Low Carbon Steel 1018: Offers good weldability and machinability. Often used for bolts, rods, and other products.

Mild Steel 1020: Contains relatively low carbon content which makes it easy to shape and weld.

Mild Steel 1045: Higher carbon content than 1020, offering increased strength and hardness.

Mild Steel A36: Common structural steel in the U.S. with good weldability and formability.

Alloy Steel 4140: Known for its strength, toughness, and good machinability. Used in various demanding applications.

Alloy Steel 5052: (Note: This might be a typo, as 5052 typically refers to Aluminum, not steel.) A corrosion-resistant alloy, used commonly in sheet metal applications.

Alloy Steel 1065: High carbon steel known for its hardness. Often used for springs and high-strength wires.

Alloy Steel 4340: Known for its toughness and high strength. Used in aerospace and other critical applications.Titanium Grade 5 (Ti6Al4V): The most widely used titanium alloy. Offers a blend of strength, light weight, and corrosion resistance.

Titanium Grade 2: Commercially pure titanium. Offers a good balance of strength, ductility, and corrosion resistance.

Copper C110: Known for its electrical conductivity. Often used in electrical applications and for artistic works.

Brass 360C: A popular brass variant known for its machinability. Commonly used for decorative items and hardware.

PTFE (Teflon): Known for its non-stick properties. Resistant to heat and chemicals.

Derlin (POM): Offers high stiffness, low friction, and excellent dimensional stability. Used in precision parts.

PEEK: Known for its high temperature resistance and mechanical properties. Used in aerospace, automotive, and medical applications.

HDPE: A versatile plastic with good impact resistance. Commonly used in containers and piping.

PVC: Widely used plastic known for its durability and chemical resistance. Common in plumbing and electrical insulation.

ABS: Popular in the 3D printing community. Known for its strength, toughness, and heat resistance.

Polypropylene (PP): Has good chemical resistance and is commonly used in packaging.

Polycarbonate (PC): Known for its optical clarity and impact resistance. Common in eyewear and safety equipment.

Nylon 6: Offers a balance of strength and flexibility. Used in a variety of applications from automotive to consumer goods.

UHMW: Known for its high wear resistance and low coefficient of friction. Often used in industrial machinery.

Custom material: This refers to any material specifically formulated or customized for specific applications. Properties and characteristics can vary based on customization.

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