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Tuesday, 20 October 2015 12:57

Alloys Used in Die Casting

As a fabrication process, die casting is notable for its capacity to manufacture parts with a high degree of uniformity, close design accuracy, and quality surface finishes. In many cases, die casting can reduce or eliminate the need for post-production machining, raising the cost-efficiency of the process and shortening fabrication time. While it may be difficult to die cast sturdier metals, such as certain grades of steel, there are many other types of alloys well-suited for die casting methods.

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Surely you've ever been curious question or the difference between the different metals used for casting. Which has the highest hardness, What is the most elastic metal?, What are its physical properties?, ...

To put aside any doubts or questions, here you can download a very complete table where you can compare all the metal (zinc alloys, aluminum alloys, magnesium, brass, steel and plastic) in all its aspects, starting with the mechanical properties (yield strength, resistance to tensile strength, impact strength, ...), hardness, physical properties (density, conductivity, resistance, heat, ...) output data (minimum thickness wall, mold life, range of the production speed, ...).

VIEW THE TABLE - DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE DIFFERENT METALS USED FOR CASTING

 

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