Ok so I have a part I need machined, and I want to use C110 copper for its heat transfer characteristics, however I have read a lot about it having a 20% machining rating vs say c360 at 100%, aluminum has better thermal transfer rate than C360 but I need atleast a 63 microinch surface finish on the outside and not sure aluminum can accomplish this??? I guess my question is can I use C110 copper to make this part with a .025 critical tolerance on the inside diameter, and a surface finish like I mentioned (used for o-rings)?? If not what the best option
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