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Metalworking - Casting
- Jan 23, 2018 -

Metalworking refers to the human production of metal elements or metal elements mainly consisting of metal materials with the processing activities. Metal processing methods and processes include:


Casting: refers to the metal is heated to melt, and then poured into the model, suitable for processing complex shape parts.

Pour classification

Sand mold casting: low cost, small batch, can process complex shapes, but may require a large number of post-processing processes.

Investment Casting / Lost False Casting: This machining method is highly continuous and accurate and can also be used to machine complex shapes. It is in a relatively low processing costs under the premise of being able to achieve a very perfect surface effect, suitable for mass production.

Casting method: for processing high-precision complex shape. Due to the characteristics of the process itself, the product does not require post-processing after forming, however, the advantage of low cost can only be demonstrated in high volume production. Die casting method: high processing costs, only in the case of mass production cost is reasonable. However, the cost of the final product is relatively low and the error is high. Can be used to produce thinner wall parts.

Casting method: is the ideal method of processing small parts, usually used in jewelry manufacturing. Eraser models can be used to reduce the cost of processing.

Directional Cure: Can produce very sturdy superalloys with excellent fatigue resistance Pour into the mold and then undergo a carefully controlled warming and cooling process to eliminate any minor flaws Plastic Molding Plastic Molding: Refers to The metal forming high temperature heating for re-molding, is a labor-intensive production.