Aluminium Die Casting
Aluminium-based alloys are widely used in mechanical engineering and other industries. The aluminium die casting technology is applied in the production of different parts, including complex thin-walled components. The parts can be used for manufacturing all kinds of assemblies and complex-shaped devices.
Finished aluminium alloy parts have many advantages, such as light weight, sufficient mechanical strength, and corrosion resistance. These features are very important for the parts used in mechanical engineering industry and in the production of home appliances and mobile devices.
Characteristics of Aluminium Die Casting
The parts are shaped in steel split moulds, in which the molten metal is pushed at 100-200 atm pressure. It is done by a reciprocator with a cold press chamber. Under high pressure finished parts obtain a perfect relief and smoothness.
The aluminium die casting technology makes it possible to produce moulded parts of precision classes 3-5. In most cases cast products do not require additional surface grinding and polishing, which allows to reduce production costs and the amount of waste. If you need surface painting services or surface treatment services to achieve a matte or mirror surface effect, you can also order them in Eurobalt Engineering.
Aluminium die casting is applied in the manufacture of aluminium alloy parts and assemblies reinforced with a more durable material.
Favourable Price and Efficiency
Aluminium alloy die casting is the most cost-effective way to treat material. The manufacturing process is characterized by a high efficiency. Within a few minutes it is possible to produce several cast products using only one mould. Aluminium die casting is the most environmentally-friendly technology as it reduces metal waste.