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  • Q Why is it called die casting?

    A Die casting is named so because it involves the use of a metal mold, known as a die, into which molten metal is injected under high pressure. The term "die" refers to the mold or tool that shapes the metal into the desired form during the casting process.
  • Q Is high-pressure die casting for plastics?

    A No, highpressure die casting is primarily used for metals, not plastics. In this process, molten metal is injected into a die under high pressure to produce complex and detailed metal parts with high accuracy and surface finish. Plastics, on the other hand, are commonly processed using injection molding techniques.
  • Q What is the difference between low-pressure and high-pressure die casting?

    A The main difference lies in the pressure used to inject molten metal into the die. In low-pressure die casting, the metal is typically forced into the mold at a lower pressure, allowing for the production of larger and more massive parts. High-pressure die casting, as the name suggests, involves injecting molten metal at significantly higher pressures, resulting in the production of smaller and more intricate parts with finer details.
  • Q What is the difference between high-pressure casting and gravity casting?

    A The key distinction between high-pressure casting and gravity casting lies in the method of metal injection. High-pressure casting involves injecting molten metal into the die under substantial pressure, enabling the production of detailed and high-precision parts. In gravity casting, on the other hand, the molten metal is poured into the mold using the force of gravity, making it a more suitable method for simpler shapes and larger parts that do not require the same level of precision.
  • Q What is the alternative to high-pressure casting?

    A An alternative to high-pressure casting is gravity casting. Gravity casting involves pouring molten metal into a mold without the use of high pressure. While it is less suitable for highly detailed and precision parts, gravity casting is well-suited for larger and simpler shapes. Other alternatives include low-pressure die casting and sand casting, each with its own set of advantages and limitations depending on the specific requirements of the casting project.
  • Q Can you provide custom solutions for unique rubber molding needs?

    Yes, at Team MFG, we specialize in creating custom solutions tailored to the unique requirements of our clients, ensuring satisfaction in every project
  • Q What makes rubber injection molding efficient?

    Rubber injection molding is efficient due to its ability to produce high volumes with minimal waste, consistent quality, and reduced production time.
  • Q How does silicone mold rubber benefit my project?

    Silicone mold rubber offers exceptional flexibility and heat resistance, ideal for products that must endure extreme conditions while maintaining their shape and functionality.
  • Q Why choose EPDM rubber for molding?

    EPDM rubber is chosen for its excellent resistance to weather, UV rays, and temperature variations, making it ideal for outdoor and high-stress applications.
  • Q What is the advantage of custom rubber molding?

    Custom rubber molding allows for precise tailoring of rubber parts to specific dimensions and properties, ensuring a perfect fit for the intended application.
  • Q How to Calculate CNC Machining Cost Per Hour?


    The cost calculation considers factors like machine operation time, material costs, and labor involved in the machining process.

  • Q What is CNC Machining Technology?

    CNC machining technology refers to the software and hardware used in CNC machines to accurately fabricate parts based on digital designs.

  • Q How to Design Parts for CNC Machining?

    Designing for CNC machining involves considering factors like material, tolerances, and the complexity of the part to ensure manufacturability.

  • Q How Much Does CNC Machining Cost Per Hour?

    The cost varies depending on the complexity of the part, the material used, and the machining time required.
  • Q How quickly can I receive a quote?

    A We offer rapid quoting, often within a few hours of your request, ensuring a swift and efficient process.
  • Q Can you accommodate urgent or rapid prototyping needs?

    A Yes, we specialize in rapid prototyping and can deliver custom prototypes in exceptionally fast turnaround times.
  • Q What types of projects can benefit from your custom plastic injection molding services?

    A Our services are ideal for a range of projects, including prototype development, low-volume production, and end-use parts across various industries.
  • Q Can you accommodate different colors for the same material?

    A Yes, we offer a variety of color options for the same material, catering to specific design requirements.
  • Q Who retains ownership of the mold?

    A The customer owns the mold, and we provide maintenance services to ensure its longevity and performance.
  • Q What is the difference between molding and 3D printing?

    A Molding is ideal for high-volume production with consistent quality, while 3D printing is better suited for prototypes and low-volume, complex parts.

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