Aluminium high pressure die casting

Aluminum High pressure die casting is a manufacturing process in which molten metal (aluminum) is injected with a die casting machine under force using considerable pressure into a steel mold or die to form products. Because of the excellent dimensional accuracy and the smooth surfaces, most high pressure die castings require no machining except the removal of flash around the edge and possible drilling and tapping holes. High pressure die casting production is fast and inexpensive relative to other casting processes.

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die casting china

There are many types of aluminum alloys, GC mold is a Die Casting China Company uses for high pressure die casting parts with different mechanical properties and chemical breakdowns. Aluminum is used in 80-90% of the high pressure die casting alloys available in the world today. In many cases aluminum high pressure die casting can replace steel, increasing strength and reducing part weight. We produce high pressure die casting parts in small sizes of less than an ounce up to large sizes of 10 pounds. We usually can produce and ship high pressure die casting parts within two weeks of receipt of your purchase order if we have the high pressure die casting die already and have completed our first article inspections. In this process, the liquid metal is injected at high speed and high pressure into a metal mould. A schematic view of high pressure die casting is given in Figure 5. Figure 5: Schematic view of high pressure die casting

There are several aluminum alloys Kinetic Die Casting Company uses for high pressure die casting parts with different mechanical properties and chemical breakdowns. Aluminum is used in 80-90% of the high pressure die casting alloys available in the world today. In many cases aluminum high pressure die casting can replace steel, increasing strength and reducing part weight. We produce high pressure die casting parts in small sizes of less than an ounce up to large sizes of 10 pounds. We usually can produce and ship high pressure die casting parts within two weeks of receipt of your purchase order if we have the high pressure die casting die already and have completed our first article inspections. In this process, the liquid metal is injected at high speed and high pressure into a metal mould. A schematic view of high pressure die casting is given in Figure 5.

Figure 5: Schematic view of high pressure die casting machine This equipment consists of two vertical platens on which bolsters are located which hold the die halves. One platen is fixed and the other can move so that the die can be opened and closed. A measured amount of metal is poured into the shot sleeve and then introduced into the mould cavity using a hydraulically-driven piston. Once the metal has solidified, the die is opened and the casting removed. In this process, special precautions must be taken to avoid too many gas inclusions which cause blistering during subsequent heat-treatment or welding of the casting product. Both the machine and its dies are very expensive, and for this reason, pressure die casting is economical only for high-volume production. From the earliest application of die casting in manufacturing, the process has evolved from the original method of low-pressure injection into the development of high pressure die castings. The methods employed for creating high pressure die castings result in components that come out of the die in close to finished condition, with superior finishes and shape.

While high pressure die castings can be slightly more expensive, because of the excellent results and elimination of the need for secondary machining, high pressure die casting can be an economical choice for high volume production applications. The experts at Cascade Die Casting Group are ready to assist you in developing a customized approach to your component needs. We have the equipment, know how, and capability to apply the benefits of the high pressure die castings process to the parts you need for your application.

Magnesium Die Casting

Magnesium Die Casting

CNM Magnesium  is a die casting china company that produce and supply a complete range of die casting like aluminum die casting, zinc die casting, magnesium die casting and sand casting alloys together with the associated hardeners, fluxes and welding rods. Service partnerships with our customers include extensive technical support in the melting and casting of our product range. In addition, our development teams work closely with end users to ensure component designs maximise the potential benefits from using magnesium alloys.

Magnesium Die Casting Alloys

CNM Magnesium die casting began supplying magnesium casting alloys in the 1930’s and have since developed the most extensive range of magnesium alloy systems leading to improvements in mechanical properties both at ambient and high temperatures of up to 300°C. For high performance sand casting alloys, three main alloy systems are used.

For general purpose applications, the Mg-Zn-Rare Earth alloys Elektron ® RZ5 (ZE41) and Elektron ® ZRE1 (EZ33) are easy to use and provide good tensile properties up to 150oC (302oF). The alloys are widely used for motorsport and aerospace gearbox casings, Elektron ® ZRE1(EZ33) is used in aero engine components where improved creep resistance is required.

The new CNM Die Casting china company  has been developed to offer improved properties and superior corrosion resistance whilst maintaining the processing advantages of the Mg-Zn-Rare Earth alloys. The alloy is used in military and motorsport applications where these properties are at a premium. Elektron 21 has achieved Aerospace Material Specification AMS 4429 and is the first magnesium alloy ever to achieve full MMPDS (MIL-HNDBK-V) design handbook entry, including statistical A & B values and elevated temperature information. For applications operating up to 200oC (392oF), engineers can now have extra confidence when designing strong, lightweight components with CNM 21.

Magnesium die Casting Alloys

For very high temperature applications, up to 300oC (572oF), the yttrium containing alloys are usually preferred. These alloys were developed for improved mechanical properties at elevated temperatures. Yttrium containing alloys have good creep properties and also have excellent corrosion resistance compared to other high performance magnesium alloys. CNM ® WE43 is used primarily for aerospace applications and CNM ® WE54 for high performance automotive applications.

These alloys have largely replaced other high temperature alloys including the silver containing alloys, CNM ® MSR-B, CNM ® QE22 and CNM ® EQ21 for new applications.

Magnesium die Casting Alloys

Magnesium die casting alloys are being increasingly used in commercial automotive and ICT applications due to their excellent castability, good strength to weight ratio and excellent corrosion resistance. CNM ® AZ91D, CNM ® AM50 and CNM ® AM60 are produced and supplied to diecasting foundries worldwide. The supply of alloys can be supported with CNM’s Recycling Service, capable of managing high and low grade magnesium process arisings.