Band saw cut Rings are also available, call for a quote. 6061-T651 Aluminum plate has a tensile strength range of 42-45 KSI, and conforms to AMS QQ-A-250/11, ASME SB209, and ASTM B209. Mill Thickness Tolerance ranges from -0 to +.014/0.130 depending on thickness. Call for specific tolerance if needed. ASTM A480 Plate Thickness & Flatness Tolerances - Rolled 0.435 [11.0] 0.550 [14.0] * Thickness is measured along the longitudinal edges of the plate at least 3/8 in. [9.52mm], but not more than 3 in. [76.20 mm], from the edge. ** For plates up to 10 in. [254.0mm], excl, in thickness, the tolerance under the specified thickness is 0.010 in. [0.25 mm].
14.0 Oxy-acetylene Cutting Techniques 46 14.1 How it Works 46 15.0 Using the Cutting Assembly 48 16.0 Mild Steel Cutting 49 16.1 Thin Steel 49 16.2 Thick Steel 49 17.0 Good and Bad Cuts 50 17.1 Correct Conditions 50 17.2 Common Faults 50 18.0 Other Cutting Plant Applications 52 Cast Aluminum Tool & Jig Plate Midwest Steel & AluminumCast Aluminum Plates/ Cast Tool & Jig Plate have a precision machined surface for superior flatness, flat within .015'', and +/- .005'' thickness tolerance, and are protected with PVC plastic on both sides. Cast Aluminum Plate typically has a surface finish of 25 RMS or better. ATP 5 has a tensile strength of 41KSI a Hardness of 70HB and a Cut charts - Plasma AutomationMild steel O 2 Plasma / O 2 Shield 50 A Cutting 220173 220555 220313 220553220554 220552 Note:Air must be connected to use this process. It is used as the preflow gas 5 Select Gases Set Preflow Set Cutflow Material Thickness Arc Voltage Torch-to-Work Distance Cutting Speed Initial Pierce Height Pierce Delay Time
Fillet welded joints such as 'T', lap and corner joints are the most common connection in welded fabrication. In total they probably account for around 80% of all joints made by arc welding.. It is likely that a high percentage of other joining techniques also use some form of a fillet welded joint including non-fusion processes such as brazing, braze welding and soldering. IS 2062 (2011):Hot Rolled Medium and High Tensile 1852 :1985 Rolling and cutting tolerances for hot rolled steel products (fourth revision) 1863 :1979 Hot rolled steel bulb flats (first revision) 1956 (in various Glossary of terms relating to iron parts) and steel 2314 :1986 Specification for steel sheet piling sections (first revision) 3803 (Part 1) :Steel STEEL PREHEATING CHART - Crown AlloysSteels Medium Manganese steel .20-.30 300-500 SAE T 1330 steel .30 400-600 SAE T 1340 steel .40 500-800 SAE T 1350 steel .50 600-900 12% Manganese steel 1.25 Usually not required High Tensile Manganese moly steel .20 300-500 Steels Manten steel .30 max 400-600 Armco high Tensile steel .12 max Up to 200 Mayari R steel .20 max Up to 300
Thickness:1000 mm wide sheet metal:1250 mm wide sheet metal:Group I:Group II:Group I:Group II:0.61 to 0.80:0.03:0.04:0.06:0.07:0.81 to 1.00:0.04:0.05:0.06:0.08:1.01 to 1.20:0.04:0.05:0.07:0.09:1.21 to 1.50:0.05:0.07:0.09:0.11:1.51 to 1.80:0.06:0.08:0.10:0.12:1.81 to 2.00:0.06:0.09:0.11:0.13:2.10 to 2.50:0.07:0.10:0.12:0.14:2.60 to 3.00:0.08:0.11:0.13:0.15:3.10 to 3.50:0.10: Whitney Tool Company80-100 FT/MIN. 250-300 FT./MIN. IUM (DOUBLE STARTING FEED RATES) COMMERCIALLY PURE. 115-140 FT./MIN. 275-325 FT./MIN. ALPHA & ALPHA-BETA Stainless Steel Cladding and Weld Overlaysvolving carbon or low-alloysteel/stainless steel combinations, cladding thickness generally falls in the 10 to 20% range. Hot roll bonding has also been used to clad high-strengthlow-alloy(HSLA) steel plate with duplex stainless steels (Ref 4, 5). The microal loyed base metals contain small amounts ofcop per (0.15% max), niobium (0.03% max