Monthly Archives: November 2010

Pressure Die Casting Aluminum Aircraft Parts vs Extrusions

Tweet Pressure Die Casting Aluminum Aircraft Parts vs Extrusions. Extrusion is a procedure used to make items of a preset cross-sectional outline. A material is pressed down or drawn through a die of the wanted cross-section. Two major benefits of … Continue reading

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Pressure Die Casting Aluminum Aircraft Parts vs Gravity Casting

Tweet Pressure Die Casting Aluminum Aircraft Parts vs Gravity Casting. The tools used for gravity casting has lesser costs compared to high pressure die casting. But, high pressure die casting is much cheaper when it comes to the parts. Pressure … Continue reading

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Pressure Die Casting Aluminum Aircraft Parts vs Sand Casting

Tweet Pressure Die Casting Aluminum Aircraft Parts vs Sand Casting. Die casting is an adaptable procedure for creating engineered metal parts through infusing molten metal under a high pressure into steel molds that can be reused. These molds, which are … Continue reading

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Making Die Casting Tooling For Aluminum Aircraft Parts

Tweet Making Die Casting Tooling For Aluminum Aircraft Parts. Aluminum which are used in the making of aircraft parts are usually alloyed with other kinds of metals to make the material stronger. This material is at times called die casting … Continue reading

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