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Metal Pressure Die Casting

Metal die casting is a process that involves the use of high-pressure machines to produce components that are durable and rigid. This process cuts costs while also providing a wide range of shapes. The advantages of metal die casting are its ability to produce various shapes and its high degree of dimensional accuracy.
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Metal die casting is a process that involves the use of high-pressure machines to produce components that are durable and rigid. This process cuts costs while also providing a wide range of shapes. The advantages of metal die casting are its ability to produce various shapes and its high degree of dimensional accuracy.

● Thin wall metal castings

● Production of complex shapes with tight tolerances

● Long service life

● High production rates

● Lowest per part piece price



Benefits of Metal Die Casting

● Die casting is an efficient process that can produce a wide variety of shapes and components. It is typically used for components that complement the surrounding area’s visual appeal. Die cast components can last for a long time and are usually designed to complement the overall look of a given part. Designers can gain several advantages by using die cast parts, such as:

● This process can produce complex shapes with tighter tolerances than mass production. It saves time and helps minimize the need for additional tools and machines.

● Die cast components are also durable and can provide a variety of structural stability and dimensional accuracy. They can also resist UV and heat damage. EMI and RFI shielding: Die cast parts are also heat and UV resistant and provide EMI and RFI shielding.

● Durability and dimensional stability: Die cast components can provide a variety of properties such as dimensional stability and heat and UV resistance.

● Most die cast components are stronger than those produced through injection molding. They are also lighter than those produced through other methods.



Overview of Die Casting Process

Two different types of die casting are commonly used. These are cold chamber and hot chamber die casting. Hot chamber die casting is commonly used for parts made from magnesium or zinc. During this process, the molten metal enters the die casting machine's gooseneck. In cold chamber die casting, molten aluminum is melted in a separate furnace before it is transferred to the machine. The resulting product is then pushed into the die by a hydraulic piston. The cycle time needed for a die cast to become a solid part depends on the complexity of the project. Generally, it takes about one second for a die cast to transform from liquid metal to solid. After solidification, the metal is transferred to the next stage, which is usually referred to as die trim.



Why TEAM MFG

With years of experience and a team of skilled engineers, TEAM MFG can help you develop a quality product. We also work with other finishing companies to help develop a complete product. Request a quote today on a custom die casting solution for your application, or contact TEAM MFG for more information.

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