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Material Properties for Aluminum Alloys


2001

I need to find the material properties such as strength and density of the following alumininum alloys: 6060-T51, 6063-T5, 6063-T54, 6005A-T61.

Does anyone know where I can find technical details for these alloys? This would be for railing/stair tread applications.

Thanks.

Robert B [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Vancouver, B.C. Canada


2001

An Engineers handbook may tell you, but might not on those specific materials. Try calling a metal supplier they are usually willing to tell you about the metal you're interested in.

David D [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Rochester, New York


April 12, 2008

Please refer to Aluminium Standards & Data from The Aluminium Association, USA (2000 version is available freely on website) or go to websites such as WWW.MATWEB, WWW.ALUMATTER.ORG, & similar websites.

Shankar Nayak
- Mumbai, India



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