Die casting is a precision casting method that uses hig […]
Die casting is a precision casting method that uses high pressure to force molten metal into a complexly shaped metal mold. In 1964, Die Casting Association of Japan for die-casting is defined as "the molten alloy will be pressed into high-precision casting mold in a short time mass production of high-precision casting surface casting method." The United States calls Die Casting Die Casting, while Britain calls Pressure Die Casting Die Casting, while most of the domestic industry is familiar with the Japanese saying, known as die-casting. Die castings produced by the casting, then called Die castings.
Tensile strength of these materials, nearly double the ordinary cast alloy, for aluminum alloy car wheels, frames and other parts hope to use higher strength impact resistant materials, have a more positive significance.
Pressure casting referred to as die-casting, is a molten alloy liquid into the pressure chamber, high-speed filling steel mold cavity, and the alloy liquid under pressure to form a casting casting method. The main features that differentiate die-casting from other casting methods are high pressure and high speed.
Die-casting is a precision casting method. Die-cast parts formed by die-casting have very small dimensional tolerances and high surface accuracy. In most cases, die-cast parts can be assembled without turning. Threaded Parts can also be cast directly. From the general camera parts, typewriters, electronic computing devices and accessories and other small parts, as well as vehicles, locomotives, aircraft and other transport complex parts are mostly manufactured by die-casting method.