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Die Casting Process Advantages and Disadvantages

Die Casting Process Advantages and Disadvantages

  • 2022-04-29
Die Casting Process Advantages and Disadvantages 

Die casting: It uses high pressure to press molten metal into the cavity of a precision metal mold at high speed, and the molten metal cools and solidifies under pressure to form castings.



Die Casting Characteristics

Advantages:

1. During die casting, the metal liquid is subjected to high pressure and fast flow rate


2. Good product quality, stable size and good interchangeability;


3. The production efficiency is high, and the die-casting mold is used many times;


4. It is suitable for mass production and has good economic benefits.


Disadvantages :

1. Castings are prone to small pores and shrinkage.


2. The plasticity of die castings is low, and it is not suitable to work under impact load and vibration;


3. When the high melting point alloy is die-casting, the life of the mold is low, which affects the expansion of die-casting production.

Die Casting Application:


Die castings were first used in the automobile industry and instrument industry, and later gradually expanded to various industries, such as agricultural machinery, machine tool industry, electronics industry, national defense industry, computers, medical equipment, clocks, cameras and daily hardware. .

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