Post by Rocket Witch on Oct 25, 2017 19:55:17 GMT
Otherwise soft pure metals which have been cold-worked. This only affects hardness and tensile strength, so for CDE only tensile strength. Other values are shared with the stock materials they are based on... including cost. As such, I've overridden the costs with a 10% increase to represent the extra step in production. The copper is merely described as 'cold drawn' and the datasheet appears to be generic. The aluminium is the second-hardest temper available after H19 which only appears to be done for foils rather than bulk material. These materials might make for some useful cheap components like drone railguns.
Material Aluminum, Tempered
Material Copper, Tempered