Aluminum is one of the softest metals that you can cut. In terms of tooling, you can use the least expensive tools to cut it and run CNC (computer-numerical control) machines to their limits. This can result in fast machining with little concern for tool breakage. The most important aspect of cutting aluminum in a CNC machine aluminum cutting machineis the proper evacuation of chips, which can build on parts and tools. Can you give some buildups that can result in tool breakage and wasted money and material?
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