Cast into a stackable bar shape, aluminum ingots are intended for cold and hot working, milling, and other processes that shape the material into a functional design. Just like gold bars, ingots are made by melting down metal and pouring it into a mold. This gives metalworkers a predictable structure and volume to work with, while helping to minimize aluminum waste. Once in ingot form, the metal can be rolled into sheets or other desired shapes. Ingots have been employed for thousands of years, and Industrial Metal Supply continues the success with its the 356 aluminum alloy. Known as the industry standard, these aluminum ingots are soft enough to facilitate easy casting, which will result in a more consistent final product.
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