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2 Sheet metal

Metal formed by an industrial process into thin, flat pieces. It is one of the fundamental
forms used in metalworking and it can be cut and bent into a variety of shapes.

2.2.1 Advantages of sheet metal
 Its completely ductile and that means that they can be used recreated to another object
almost very easily
I this project we used Aluminium alloys

The most frequently encountered type of sheet metal in aircraft repair. In its pure state,
aluminium is lightweight, lustrous and corrosion resistant. The thermal conductivity of
aluminium is very high. It is ductile, malleable, and non-magnetic. When combined with
various percentages of other metals (generally copper, manganese, and magnesium),
aluminum alloys that are used in aircraft construction are formed. Aluminum alloys are
lightweight and strong. They do not possess the corrosion resistance of pure aluminum
and are usually treated to prevent deterioration. Alclad™ aluminum is an aluminum alloy
with a protective cladding of aluminum to improve its corrosion resistance.