Aluminium Die Casting Process
Casting is the original and most widely used method of forming aluminum into products. Technical advances have been made, but the principle remains the same: Molten aluminum is poured into a mold to duplicate a desired pattern. The three most important methods are die casting, permanent mold casting and sand casting.
Die casting is a process of casting Aluminium alloy under pressure, which can produce precision parts in high volume at low costs. There are two processes of aluminium die casting namely hot chamber die casting and cold chamber die casting. Die casting machines are typically rated in amount of pressure they can exert on the die. Regardless of their size, the only fundamental difference in die casting machines is the method used to inject molten metal into a die. A complete die casting cycle can vary from one second for small components to minutes for a casting of large part, making die casting the fastest technique available for producing precise metal parts. A top Aluminium castings China manufacturer will offer the fastest methods of production for a fraction of the regular cost in other countries. That’s what we provide.