Why Use the High Pressure Die Casting Process

Update:Jul 27 2017
Summary:

The die-casting process provides a more complex metal s […]

The die-casting process provides a more complex metal shape than any other large-scale production process. The die castings are processed at very high productivity. Near net shape archives with little or no processing.

Components manufactured using die-casting methods can be made of thinner walls than those available from other casting methods. The use of die-casting process to produce the same parts than the same size plastic injection molded parts much stronger. Parts manufactured using die-casting processes are durable, dimensionally stable, and have a strength, feel and appearance quality.

Prior to the need for additional processing, die-casting molds can produce tens of thousands of identical castings within a specific tolerance range. In parts manufactured using die-casting processes, aluminum castings can be painted with minimal surface treatment. Parts manufactured using die-casting processes can be made with surfaces that simulate various textures.

The use of die-casting processes to produce parts "casting" is smoother than almost all other forms of castings. The holes in the parts produced using the die-casting process can be formed in various shapes and can be used for the size of the drill bit. The external threads on parts made using die-casting processes can be easily die-cast. Parts manufactured using die-casting processes provide integrated fastening elements, such as bosses and studs, which can lead to assembly economy.

Other metals and some non-metallic inserts can be die-cast with high drawing strength. Threre is different for different uses of aluminum alloy. The use of die-casting process to produce parts of the corrosion resistance from good to high. High pressure die casting is integral. They combine many of the features of a complex shape part. Strength is the strength of the material, not the thread, the weld, etc. Compare die-cast alloys, which describe the similarities of various die-cast metals.