Aluminum milling and turning parts

Aluminum is a material that is very often used for milling and turning. Aluminum is characterized by a low specific weight (about one third of steel), high thermal conductivity and very good corrosion resistance. Turning and milling parts made of aluminum are used in particular in mechanical engineering and plant construction.

Seven different aluminum alloys for CNC machining (milling and turning) are available in our online shop. Our overview will help you select the ideal material for your turning and milling parts.

Surface treatments for aluminum turning and milling parts

The surface of aluminum components can be anodized after milling or turning. In our online shop, we offer anodizing as a standard post-treatment in natural, black, red and blue, as well as many other colors on request. In addition we are offering a choice of other surface and heat treatment processes. 

This is how easy it is to order aluminum parts from Spanflug: 

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Aluminum turning part

Our aluminum alloys

Please choose the alloy with the optimum fit to your requirements. 

EN AW-2007
AlCuMgPb

Material costs: €€€€€

Manufacturing costs: €€€€

Tensile strength: 270 - 330 N/mm²

Hardness: 95 HB

EN AW-2007 is a popular aluminum alloy with very good machining properties and good strength. This alloy is mainly available in round bars. EN-AW-2007 is not RoHS compliant.

weatherproof
corrosion resistant

EN AW-2017
AlCuMg1

Material costs: €€€€€

Manufacturing costs: €€€€€

Tensile strength: 300 - 390 N/mm²

Hardness: 105 HB

EN AW-2017 is an aluminum alloy with good mechanical properties and good machinability. This alloy is mainly available in the form of plates.

weatherproof
corrosion resistant

EN AW-5083
AlMg4.5Mn0.7

Material costs: €€€€€

Manufacturing costs: €€€€€

Tensile strength: 270 - 350 N/mm²

Hardness: 70 HB

EN AW-5083 is particularly resistant to corrosion and is used especially in mechanical and plant engineering. We recommend this alloy for large, plate-shaped milling parts.

weldable anodizable natural hard weatherproof corrosion resistant chemical resistant

EN AW-5754
AlMg3

Material costs: €€€€

Manufacturing costs: €€€€

Tensile strength: 180 - 250 N/mm²

Hardness: 47 HB

EN AW-5754 has a high corrosion resistance to saline water as well as climatic influences and is often used in shipbuilding and plant engineering.

weldable anodizable, weatherproof natural hard
corrosion resistant

EN AW-6082
AlMgSi1

Material costs: €€€€€

Manufacturing costs: €€€€€

Tensile strength: 205 - 310 N/mm²

Hardness: 95 HB

EN AW-6082 is one of the most commonly used aluminum alloys with medium to high strength and low susceptibility to stress corrosion cracking.

weldable anodizable
corrosion resistant

EN AW-7075
AlZn5.5MgCu

Material costs: €€€€€

Manufacturing costs: €€€€

Tensile strength: 440 - 540 N/mm²

Hardness: 150 HB

EN AW-7075 is one of the high-strength, hardenable aluminum alloys and has very good mechanical properties and high wear resistance.

very high strength
corrosion resistant

EN AW-6060
AlMgSi

Material costs: €€€€

Manufacturing costs: €€

Tensile strength: 190 - 215 N/mm²

Hardness: 75 HB

The material EN AW-6060 is a precipitation hardening aluminum alloy with medium strength values. It has good corrosion resistance, e.g. in seawater and to weathering.

anodizable, weatherproof
corrosion resistant

Note: The data given are guide values and may vary depending on the machining process and part. The data cannot be transferred to finished parts without further ado. The suitability of the materials for a specific part must be checked by the customer.