110 Copper Shim Stock, Annealed Temper, MIL-C12168/CDA-110, 0.010" Thick, 6" Width, 100" Length
Free Shipping Included! 110 Copper Shim Stock, Annealed Temper, MIL-C12168/CDA-110, 0.010'' Thick, 6'' Width, 100'' Length by Small Parts at FH Civic. MPN: 62010. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. This copper 110 shim stock roll is cold rolled and annealed. It is made from copper 110, which has good malleability and ductility as well as high
This copper 110 shim stock roll is cold rolled and annealed. It is made from copper 110, which has good malleability and ductility as well as high electrical and heat conductivity. It is easily cold worked, formed, or plated, and is well suited for electrical applications. This shim stock is sold in rolls for cutting, stamping, milling, and shaping into shims of various sizes and shapes. It is is magnetic and cannot be hardened through heat treatment, and it complies with United States Military (MIL) standard C12168 and Copper Development Association (CDA) standard 110.
Cold rolling is a metal-forming process in which a sheet of material is passed between two rollers and compressed in order to reduce the thickness of the sheet. This copper 110 shim stock is cold rolled, which improves the yield strength, hardness, surface quality, tolerances, and dimensional accuracy of the material. Tempered metals and alloys are either strain hardened (also referred to as cold worked) or heat treated in order to improve their toughness. This copper 110 shim stock undergoes an annealing tempering process in which the metal is heated to a specific temperature or color and then allowed to cool. Annealing improves the ductility of the metal and allows it to be more easily formed and cold worked.
A shim is a thin piece of material placed between objects for a variety of uses, including added support, improved leveling, increased insulation, tighter sealing, and better spacing. Shims can also be used to fill in gaps between parts that are prone to wear. Shims are used in processes such as automobile and machine tool manufacturing, construction operations, musical instrument production, and computer engineering. Shim stock is a thin sheet of metal or plastic that can be cut, sawed, stamped, milled, or bored into shims of various shapes and sizes to suit a wide range of applications. Shims can be made from almost any material, such as wood, paper, metal, stone, and plastic. However, commercial shim stock is either metal or plastic. Specific properties of shim stock, such as magnetism, hardness, temper, yield strength, chemical reactivity, corrosion resistance, and conductivity, are dependent on base materials and any finishing processes that have been applied, such as tempering, rolling, or surface treatments. Shim stock is sold in rolls or sheets of varying lengths, widths, and thicknesses. Slotted shim stock is precut for improved accuracy in alignment and leveling. Laminated shim stock is produced in sheets of stacked, pressed layers of metal foil that can be peeled apart to adjust the sheet thickness. Shim stock conforms to American Society for Testing and Materials Standards (ASTM), Society of Automobile Engineers International Standards (SAE), SAE Aerospace Materials Standards (AMS), United States Military Standards (MIL), Copper Development Association Standards (CDA), and the American Iron and Steel Institute Standards (AISI).
Features & Highlights
- Copper 110 is highly malleable and ductile, provides better electrical and heat conductivity than most other metals, and can be easily cold worked, formed, and plated
- Cold rolling improves the yield strength and hardness of the material and provides good surface quality, tight tolerances, and accurate dimensions
- Annealed temper improves the ductility and homogeneity of the material, allowing it to be more easily formed
- Conforms to specifications MIL-C12168 and CDA-110
- Sold in rolls for cutting, stamping, milling, and shaping into shims of various sizes and shapes
|Package Weight:||2.1 pounds|
|Package Size:||3.8 x 3.7 x 3.7 inches|