Aluminum–magnesium alloys (5XXX series) which have many applications in the automotive sector, come to the fore and increase their usage areas decades owing to its high strength to weight ratio, weldability, and deep formability properties. 5XXX sheets, during mechanical deformation, dislocation movement is restricted by the replacement of Mg atoms with Al atoms in solid solution. Therefore, work hardening is delayed until high elongation values and the required shape can be easily formed into final product. Mg2Si phase ought to be substantially dissolved after the annealing process to avoid tearing and to ensure good formability. In the context of these evaluations, SEM - EBSD, investigated microstructure analysis and thermo-mechanical properties in detail. The conditions of continuous casting, which enable efficient production, have been determined and the thermo-mechanical processes required by the final products have been developed.