1/8 (3mm) thickness aluminum sheet

Width: 4 feet / 5 feet / 6 feet

Length: 8 feet / 10 feet / 12 feet

Thickness: 1/8 inch (3.175mm)

Alloy: 1050, 3003, 3105, 5052, 5754, 5083, 6061, etc

Temper: O - H112, T3 - T8, T351 - T851 etc.

Technology: hot rolled ( DC ), cold rolling ( CC ), Casting and rolling

Certifications: GB/T19001-2016/ISO9001:2015

What is 1/8 aluminum sheet?

1/8 aluminum sheet is a commen thickness of aluminum sheets, There are many types of 1/8 aluminum sheet,such as 4x8 1/8 aluminum sheet,5x10 1/8 aluminum sheet,1050 1/8 aluminum sheet,5054 1/8 aluminum sheet and so on;

1/8 aluminum sheet = 1/8 inch aluminum sheet = 0.125 inch aluminum sheet = 3.175mm aluminum sheet

1/8 aluminum sheet

1/8 thickness aluminum sheet Common sizes

1/8 x 4 x 8 feet aluminum sheet plate

1/8 x 4 x 10 feet aluminum plate

1/8 x 5 x 10 feet alloy aluminum sheet plate

1/8 x 6 x 12 feet metal aluminum sheet plate

The use and specification of 1/8 aluminum plate

1/8 aluminum plate can be widely used in many industries such as vehicles, ships, instruments, hardware products, molds, etc. Please refer to the article on 3mm aluminum plate for use. At the same time, its aluminum plate specifications are relatively complete. The commonly used specifications of 1/8 aluminum plate with high sales volume are: 1050, 3003, 5052, 5252, 5754, 5083, 6061, etc.

1/8 Aluminium Sheet & Plate Weight Calculator

Weight=Length x Width x Thickness x Density

1/8 aluminum sheet

1/8 aluminum sheet for car

Aluminum plate and aluminum foil products that can be used in the automotive industry, including 5182 aluminum alloy plate, 5083 aluminum alloy plate, 5754 aluminum alloy plate, 5052 aluminum alloy plate for 5000 series aluminum plate; 6061 aluminum alloy plate and 6063 aluminum alloy plate are 6000 series aluminum alloy plate plate, 6082 aluminum alloy plate. Applications for these products include, but are not limited to, truck underframes, fuel tanks, passenger car bodies, body structures, and radiators. Good corrosion resistance, good welding performance, good process performance (easy to extrude), easy to oxidize and discolor.

1/8 aluminum sheet

1/8 aluminum sheet for boat

Here's a handy comparison chart of Marine Grade Aluminum Alloys.

We often get asked which alloy to use, and the answer is "it depends".

There are three alloys that we generally recommend for hull plating and frames: 5086, 5083, 5052

And two alloys we recommend for extrusions such as flat bar, tee bar, and tubing: 6061-T6, 6063-T52

1/8 aluminum sheet
Aluminum Grade-Temper General Yield strength (psi) Ultimate Tensile Strength (psi) Workability Weldability
5052-H32 Marine grade. Most suited for forming operations, very good corrosion resistance. Suitable for fresh water and trailered boats. 28,000 33,000 12% elong. Fair Good
5083-H321 (Interchangeable With: H111 & H116) Marine grade. The highest strength non-heat-treatable aluminum alloy in commercial use. It retains excellent tensile strength in the weld zone. Excellent corrosion resistance. Suitable for salt water or fresh 33,000 46,000 16% elong. Good Excellent
5086-H32 Marine grade. Medium to high strength non-heat-treatable alloy. More formable than 5083. Excellent corrosion resistance. Most often used to build boat hulls (in addition to 5052 or 6061) due to stress corrosion cracking resistance. Best alloy for salt water. 30,000 42,000 12% elong. Excellent Good
6061-T6 Marine grade, often used as stiffeners to build boat hulls and other components. The most often used aluminum alloy for its strength, heat treatability, workability and weldability. 40,000 45,000 17% elong. Good Good
6063-T52 Softer and lower strength than 6061, good for forming, high surface finish, excellent for anodizing. Good for railings, gunnels etc. where forming is required 21,000 27,000 Good Good
6262-T6511 Used when significant machining is required, it contains lead and bismuth to partially lubricate the cutting tool. Good strength and corrosion resistance. High surface finish possible. 27,600 31,900 Excellent Good