Taber Extrusions Latest News 2017-01-27T00:57:20+00:00

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Hard and Soft Alloys for Aerospace and Firearms

Inside Taber Extrusion’s new state-of-the-art casthouse, aluminum billets are cast and extruded into a wide range of shapes and sizes.  Taber offers the full range of aluminum alloys, including, hard, soft, marine, [...]

May 15th, 2018|Categories: Video Media|Tags: , , , , |

Taber Extrusions Announces Micro-Extrusion Capabilities Via Lou-Rich Exact Manufacturing Purchase

Taber Extrusions of Russellville, Arkansas purchased the Exact Manufacturing division of Lou-Rich, Inc.  which will now expand Taber’s capabilities to include ultra-precision aluminum extrusions. Aluminum ultra-precision extrusions are produced through a proprietary technique [...]

April 30th, 2018|Categories: Press Releases, Taber Extrusions News|

Beyond the Aluminum Extrusion – Full Service Aluminum Extrusion Company

Taber Extrusions has extrusions in the name, but it’s really a full-service aluminum extrusion company. Taber controls it all, from the casting of the billet, the extrusion process, fabrication and finally the [...]

March 29th, 2018|Categories: Blog, Taber Extrusions News|Tags: , , |

Fabricated Aluminum Bikes are Stronger, Faster, Lighter

Although aluminum is now the most prevalent material in biking these days, up until the 1980’s, most mountain bike frames were made of steel. Slowly, the market demand for lighter, stronger, and rust-resistant [...]

March 7th, 2018|Categories: Blog, Taber Extrusions News|Tags: , |

Applications of 6xxx Series Aluminum Alloys

The most predominant alloy used for aluminum extrusions is the 6xxx series. 6xxx series aluminum alloys are used across a wide variety of end use applications, including transportation applications with structural requirements to architectural projects with [...]

March 7th, 2018|Categories: Blog, Taber Extrusions News|Tags: , |
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