Custom Aluminum Extrusion Service
We specialize in creating custom aluminum heat sinks using advanced aluminum extrusion technology. Here’s how our process unfolds: First, we heat the aluminum ingot to a high temperature, typically between 520 and 540℃. This turns the aluminum into a liquid that is then forced through an extrusion die featuring specific grooves, under high pressure. This step forms the basic shape of the heat sink. These initial forms are then trimmed to the required lengths.
Beyond aluminum extrusion, most heat sinks also undergo CNC machining for finer details. This includes tasks like drilling holes and tapping. However, for simpler shapes or small-volume orders, we can bypass the extrusion process and directly use milling or wire cutting techniques. This approach is particularly efficient for handling smaller orders.