Wenzel Metal Spinning has more experience in spun aluminum parts than any other manufacturer in our industry. Many widely available aluminum alloys and tempers lend themselves particularly well to aluminum spinning.
Aluminum is lightweight and corrosion resistant, but much more cost-effective than stainless steel. Wenzel Metal Spinning produces spun aluminum parts in both high quantities and in “one-off” custom spinnings. Spun aluminum is also often times a better alternative to aluminum metal stamping in low volume, short-run production!
To learn more about out aluminum spinning capabilities, request a quote or contact us today.
Aluminum Stamping Alternative
Economically, stamping aluminum and stamped aluminum parts require a strong commitment to high-volume production. Using Wenzel’s aluminum spinning services in place of traditional aluminum stamping actually reduces cost at lower quantities of stamped aluminum parts. If you need low-volume, stamped aluminum parts, contact Wenzel Metal Spinning to see what we can do for you!
To find out if this cost effective and corrosion resistant metal is right for your stamped aluminum parts application, please contact Wenzel Metal Spinning or request a quote wtih our simple and easy to use form. Just have a quick question to ask us? Fill out the form to the right and we will be happy to assist you.
Aluminum Flow Forming
- The best alloys for metal spinning are those that are “strain-hardened,” but Wenzel will also work with “heat-treatable” alloys.
- Wenzel’s broad ability to spin different types of aluminum allows our customers to take advantage of the diverse chemical components each series of aluminum has to offer.
Still have questions regarding your custom aluminum parts? Head over to our design considerations page to learn more about metal tolerances, shape, materials and more.
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