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Get a scrap piece of the same aluminum and try cutting it with your cheapest bit. I do not expect you to have any problems. If you do experience a problem - you've only spent $8 learning that it wouldn't work. A word of caution: everyone in the room needs to wear ear protection - not as much for hearing as for protection for hot flying shreds!
For aluminum I prefer to use a face shield over just safety glasses. Hot aluminum on the face is very uncomfortable.
Just because you can, doesn't always mean you should
Good point, James; but it is a great way to remove a beard! OPG3
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