What is the difference between magnesium and alluminium alloys?

Magnesium alloys are the most recommended for production of very thin components and particularly lightweight products.

Magnesium alloys, in fact, are the structural material with a lower specific weight but with good rigidity and good mechanical properties. This material is also characterized by a high degree of smoothness, which allows the construction of components with very thin thicknesses and excellent aesthetic finishes.

The magnesium alloy component has oxidation and corrosion problems that are eliminated by post-casting surface treatments.