I worked in the aerospace industry for many years making custom cabinetry for planes, everything from Gulfstreams to Boing 777's. We custom made a lot of the hardware and used 2024-T3 clad aluminum. It cuts well on a tablesaw using a carbide metal cutting blades but can be cut with carbide wood blades, the cut is not as good with the wood blade. We used standard carbide router bits, usually, Amana or Whiteside but other good quality bits will work fine.
The 2024-T3 clad aluminum is great for template routing. You can make your templates just like you would for wood items. Good sharp carbide bits leave a good edge, don't use a dull bit thinking you don't want to ruin a good bit. A dull bit will not give you a good cut and will also generate more heat and cause more problems. Use a steady feed, not too slow or you might heat up the aluminum and cause welding, same as you would use when routing wood.
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