Die Casting is the process of forcing molten metal under high pressure
into the cavities of steel molds, called dies. Dies range in complexity
to produce any non-ferrous metal parts from sink faucets to engine
blocks, it offers a more uniform part, generally good surface finish and
good dimensional accuracy, as good as 0.2 % of casting dimension. For
many parts, post-machining can be totally eliminated, or very light
machining may be required to bring dimensions to size. Die casting molds
tend to be expensive as they are made from hardened steel, also the
cycle time for building these molds tend to be long.
Aluminum, zinc and brass alloys according to DIN, ASTM, ISO, BS, JIS, SS, GB.
10g up to 25 kg.
Small, Medium and Large series.
Machining Center, CNC, conventional machines, all current processing methods.
Shot blasting, hot-dip galvanizing, electrical galvanizing, chemical galvanizing, tumbling,
powder coating, painting, polishing, passivation, vitrifying, etc.
Chemical analysis, mechanical properties, impact testing, pressure testing,
3-D co-ordinate CMC, metallography, magnetic particle flaw inspection, etc.