Scale indicates the complexity of the welding process.
Scale indicates the complexity of the machining and grinding process.
Scale indicates the complexity of the bending and forming process.
|Product Depth (in.)||1 in||Product Height (in.)||96 in|
|Product Length (in.)||96 in||Product Thickness (in.)||0.05 in|
|Product Width (in.)||1 in|
|Connector Coating||N/A||Corrosion Resistant||Yes|
|Fastener Type||Metal Stock||Finish Family||Silver Metallic|
|Hardware Color Family||Silver||Indoor/Outdoor||Indoor/Outdoor|
|Metal Stock Type||Flat/ Bars/Tube/Nonthreaded Rod||Package Quantity||1|
|Product Weight (lb.)||0.92 lb||Production Type||Other|
A: Yes. We buy a lot of them. We find them to be very straight.
A: Yes, the Everbilt 1 in. x 96 in. Aluminum Angle with 1/16 in. Thick does have a true straight edge.
A: Yes, it’s strong enough
A: • A recommendation cannot be made for custom projects with the Everbilt 1 in. x 96 in. Aluminum Angle with 1/16 in. Thick. To assist in this project, the following scales of difficulty can be offered: • Welding: Scale measures level of difficulty from 1-4 with 4 being the most difficult. This product is rated a 3 out of 4. • Machining/Grinding: Scale measures level of difficulty from 1-3 with 3 being the most difficult. This product is rated a 3 out of 3. • Bending/Forming: Scale measures level of difficulty from 1-3 with 3 being the most difficult. This product is rated a 2 out of 3.
A: Deflection varies greatly on many factors, How is the weight attached, are the beam ends fixed, pinned or rolling, Whats the orientation of the L beam. In the orientation I did, I found a deflection of ~2.44in and the beam would fail. But I could be wrong
A: A recommendation cannot be made for this use of the Everbilt 1/2 in. x 36 in. x 1/16 in. Thick Aluminum Angle due to the unknown variables and potential safety questions.
A: The Everbilt 1-1/2 in. x 48 in. Aluminum Angle with 1/8 in. is unfinished aluminum.