Laser-cut Aluminum from SendCutSend

Laser-cut 7075 Aluminum

Starting from $29

Boasting double the tensile strength and nearly double the shear strength of 6061, our 7075 aluminum can beat up your dad.

But if you’re looking for something a little more practical such as building supports for your aircraft, forms for tools, or strong, capable gears, it can do that, too. The best part? It can do much more, for prices your bottom line can afford.

Welcome to SendCutSend, the only place where economical pricing, excellent quality, and blinding speed hang out and make things that rock.

Lightweight
Rust Free
Very Strong

SendCutSend’s 7075 aluminum

7075 T6 Aluminum is our toughest and strongest aluminum alloy. Like 6061 T6, this material was made for extensive use in the aerospace industry, and it is used extensively.

7075 sacrifices some of its workability, formability, and weldability (it is generally considered unweldable, but there are some other joining options), for increased hardness, strength, and overall toughness.

Still carrying the benefits of other aluminum alloys, such as lower weight and absolutely mind-blowing fatigue strength, 7075 positions itself dominantly in the structural sector. While used in many of the exact same applications as 6061, you’ll find that this alloy brings the extra muscle you’re needing for advanced projects.

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Available Thicknesses

In Typical Thickness Deviation Gauge Mm Process
.125″ +/- .003″ 8 3.1 Laser
.190″ +/- .004″   4.8 Laser
.250″ +/- .005″   6.3 Laser

Common Uses

  • Construction angles
  • Plates
  • Automotive frames
  • Aerospace structural
  • Heat sinks
  • Electronics 
  • Mold tool forming

FAQs

Can we bend it?
Yes

Can we tap it?
Yes

Do we deburr it?
Yes

How large can we cut a part in this?
47” x 60”

How strong is it?
This depends on the application, but it has an excellent strength to weight ratio and is comparable to some steels.

Will it rust?
No, and it is corrosion-resistant

Is it magnetic?
No

Minimum Hole Size

To ensure the best quality for your parts, we recommend no less than 50% material thickness for all holes. See the images below for more detail. The largest hole is 70% material thickness. Each hole decresases in size by 10%.

.250″ 7075 Aluminum

 

Hole diameters are based on material thickness.
50% diameter = 50% material thickness

.250" primary face

.250" primary face

.250" back side

.250" back side

.250" front, angle

.250" front, angle

.250" back, angle

.250" back, angle

.187″ 5052 Aluminum

Hole diameters are based on material thickness.
50% diameter = 50% material thickness

.120" primary face

.120" primary face

.120" back side

.120" back side

.120" front, angle

.120" front, angle

.120" back, angle

.120" back, angle

.120″ 7075 Aluminum

Hole diameters are based on material thickness.
50% diameter = 50% material thickness

.120" primary face

.120" primary face

.120" back side

.120" back side

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