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Among the subcategories of aluminum angles are extruded aluminum angles, which are mostly found within the construction, building and engineering industries as structural components. Aluminum angles are used as framing, railings, posts, supports, hangers, brackets, reinforcements, stiffeners, flanges, collars, window frames, trim and bars. Read More…

Aluminum Angles Aluminum angles are standard extruded L-shaped parts composed of 2 legs that intersect and form a 90 degree angle.Aluminum is an ideal metal for the manufacturing of these long, narrow shapes because of beneficial characteristics such as a high strength-to-weight ratio and excellent corrosion resistance. The legs of the angle are either equal or unequal in length, and often have sharp corners.
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Berkeley, IL  |  708-449-7050

Since 1948, Johnson Brothers has been a leader in the aluminum roll forming industry. Our tooling can form different shapes with multiple bends & double thicknesses making a stronger part.

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Cleveland, OH  |  440-238-3009

Since 1986, GSH Industries has offered on time delivery and competitive pricing. With over 40,000 square feet of manufacturing, we offer aluminum extrusion products and services.

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Cleveland, OH  |  888-327-6714

Serving the aluminum extrusions world from Cleveland, Ohio, Talan Products specializes in a range of aluminum extrusion products and services.

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Orlando, FL  |  855-272-3889

Since our founding, Offshore Direct Metals has become one of the most trusted aluminum extrusion suppliers in the industry. When it comes to aluminum extrusions, we offer more customization, lower costs, reduced assembly, and higher quality control than others on the market. All of these reasons and more are why our customers trust us for all of their aluminum extrusion needs. Visit our website to learn more about our partnered extrusion mills.

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Offshore Direct Metals, Inc. $$$

Douglas, GA  |  912-384-2078

Elixir Extrusions provides custom aluminum extrusions and heat sinks as well as fabrications, assembly, aluminum shapes and finishing. All services are provided with quick lead times for quality custom extrusions. We use our experience, confidence, and innovation to fulfill your linear and fabricated aluminum needs.

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Elixir Extrusions $$$

Jackson, MI  |  517-764-5400

At Michigan Extruded Aluminum (MEA), we strive to produce the highest quality custom extrusions, aluminum tubing and aluminum shapes. We can produce difficult designs with a thickness of .05" and a 7" size circle. For over 45 years, we have been a quality aluminum extruder provider. Our knowledge of the extrusion process, as well as our ability to satisfy every customers custom extrusion needs, has set us apart from our competition.

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Chatham, ON , Chavies, KY  |  877-556-9191

Dajcor Aluminum is the leading North American supplier of extruded, fabricated/machined, anodized and assembled components to the automotive, renewable energy, transportation, rail, marine, building trades, military, medical architectural and wall partition systems, office furniture, emergency vehicle and consumer product industries. Dajcor is an aluminum extrusion company with complete value add in house capabilities – your “One Stop” extrusion supplier now supplying from two locations!

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Dajcor Aluminum Ltd. $$$
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In addition to structural applications, aluminum angles are also widely used for engineering applications such as in railcars, ground transportation systems, scaffolding and in cooling towers. 6061 aluminum, which is alloyed with magnesium and silicon, is the most common material for structural applications. However, 6063 aluminum, which is also alloyed with magnesium and silicone, is another common material used in the manufacturing of aluminum angles, due to its good mechanical characteristics such as moderate strength and exceptional finishing properties. 6061 aluminum angles are generally characterized by rounded corners, while 6063 aluminum angles have sharp corners that reflect their typical applications. All aluminum shapes, including angles, are manufactured through the extrusion process. The extrusion process is the forming of long, constant cross-section structural parts by pushing metal billets through a die at either various temperatures. The various temperatures separate extrusion processes into three different methods: hot extrusion, warm extrusion and cold extrusion. Hot extrusion is for extrusion processes that take place at high temperatures, while warm extrusion takes place at moderately high temperatures and cold extrusion takes place at or very near room temperature. After the extrusion process occurs, the legs of the aluminum angles are often welded together because extruding an L-shape can be difficult. One method of welding used in this process is tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding. An arc welding process, TIG welding utilizes a nonconsumable tungsten electrode in order to produce the weld. In addition, to obtain the desired strength for structural applications, aluminum angles are often T5 or T6 tempered, a form of heat treatment in which the metal is strengthened when the intermetallic particles are precipitated. Structural aluminum angles are often anodized, a finishing process where the aluminum is oxidized in a chemical bath, which forms a strong outer coating.

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