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cast aluminum alloys are often found in automobile parts and gears, and
have been used to create surgical instruments in the past.
generally stronger and lighter than most zinc-based materials, but tend
to be more expensive to create.
Using aluminum alloys can reduce the
need for finishing treatments, such as plating, and a common grade is
composed of 92 percent aluminum mixed with 8 percent copper.
Magnesium may be added to this alloy to improve its tensile strength from around 21,000 pounds per square inch to approximately 32,000 per square inch, while nickel can be included to increase rigidity and provide a higher surface finish. The melting point for an aluminum alloy is around 1150 degrees Fahrenheit.
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