Aluminum Reducing Bushing

Machining Methods

CNC turning, milling, wire cutting, mold machining…

Minimum Order Quantity

The minimum order quantity should be no less than 10 pieces.

Tolerances & Quality

The tolerances are subject to your requirements. Product quality follows ISO9001 standards. We will conduct 100% quality inspection of all goods before shipment.

Machinable Materials

Metal: aluminum, copper, brass, steel, stainless steel, titanium, and other precision metal alloys, etc.; Plastic: acrylic, nylon, ABS, etc.; carbon fiber.

Optional Finishes

Anodizing, electroplating, sandblasting, polishing, brushing, etc.

SKU: 20231128P1551


This is an aluminum reducing bushing produced on a CNC lathe. We sell high-quality CNC turning aluminum parts. We use CNC machining technology to mass-produce aluminum alloy and other metal non-standard parts according to the CAD drawings provided by customers. This is a special bushing we produce for a Savannah customer.

What Is Reducing Bushing?

A reducing bushing, also known as a reducer bushing, is a type of pipe fitting that is used to reduce or increase the size of a pipe thread. It is a threaded fitting that has external male threads on one end and smaller internal female threads on the other end. The reducing bushing is used to connect pipes or fittings of different sizes together. The reducing bushing is available in various materials such as stainless steel, iron, steel, and plastic. It is commonly used in plumbing, industrial, and construction applications. The reducing bushing is easy to install and can be used to connect pipes or fittings of different sizes together.

What Are the Manufacturing Methods of Aluminum Bushing?

There are several manufacturing methods for aluminum bushings. CNC turning aluminum bushing is just one of the machining methods. Here are some of the most commonly used methods:

  1. Machining: Machining is a process where aluminum is cut and shaped using a CNC milling machine or lathe. This method is commonly used to create precise parts such as bushings or other small components.
  2. Casting: Casting is a process where molten aluminum is poured into a mold to create a specific shape. This method is commonly used to create complex shapes such as engine blocks or other automotive parts.
  3. Forging: Forging is a process where aluminum is heated and then shaped using a press or hammer. This method is commonly used to create high-strength parts such as wheels or gears.
  4. Extrusion: Extrusion is a process where aluminum is forced through a die to create a specific shape. This method is commonly used to create long, uniform shapes such as tubes or rails.

The specific manufacturing method used for aluminum bushings will depend on the desired shape, size, and strength of the final product. Each method has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the choice of method will depend on the specific requirements of the project.

Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 5 × 0.5 in


Payment Method

L/C, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram



Delivery Time

About 2 Weeks