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Die Casting — The process of injecting a molten metal alloy into the die to form a die cast part. This part may also be referred to as a die casting. Die Casting Alloy — The metal alloy used to make the die casting. Aluminum is very popular for this purpose with zinc, . Vacuum high-pressure die casting uses a vacuum pump to evacuate the air and gases from the die casting die cavity and metal delivery system before and during the injection of molten metal. This article describes the conventional die casting, vacuum die casting, and high-pressure die casting processes. Tooling for Die Casting. 2. Figure A “unit” die casting die, like the one above, allows use of replaceable cavities in standardized main die frames for lower die costs. 1 Introduction. The die casting die, or mold, is a closed vessel into which molten metal is injected under high. Die casting is a metal casting process in which molten metal is forced into a steel mold under high pressure into a mold cavity. The steel molds, known as dies, are fabricated to produce castings with intricate shapes in a manner that insures both accuracy and repeatability. The die casting process consists of 5 basic steps Clamping.

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Most die castings are made from non-ferrous metals, specifically zinc, copper, aluminium, magnesium, lead. DIE CASTING COLD CHAMBER PROCESS The essential feature of this process is the independent holding and injection units.

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Nearly two-thirds of the aluminum castings made in North America are produced using high-pressure die casting techniques. This article compares and contrasts traditional high-pressure die casting with an improved version that uses a vacuum to pull air out of the die in order to reduce porosity in as-cast parts.

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