Category Archives: Zinc Cast Parts Alloys

The Metals to Use for Die Casting

Tweet The Metals to Use for Die Casting. The #1 most abundant metal on earth is aluminum. Then there is iron, magnesium, calcium, and the rest. Aluminum is a widely used metal. Ever since the discovery of electrolysis to extract … Continue reading

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Die Casting Part Prices for Zinc Die Castings

Tweet Perhaps the most frequently used alloy metal in die casting is zinc. Die casting is originally making zinc parts out of molten metal that has been injected to Die Casting Tooling or metal molds positioned at high pressure. This … Continue reading

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Aluminum Die Cast Parts Create Stability

Tweet Aluminum Die Cast Parts Create Stability. Making products of most equipment, tools, and automotive machines usually involve a method called aluminum die casting. This method is one of the oldest methods used in the metalworking industry. Although some of … Continue reading

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Discovering Aluminum Metal

Tweet Discovering Aluminum Metal. The material Aluminum (aluminum) is a metallic chemical element, which is accessible enough and used widely around the world. It is silvery white in color belonging to the boron chemical element group, and not soluble when … Continue reading

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The Process of Hot Chamber Zinc Castings

Tweet In the hot chamber zinc die casting process, slabs of zinc are liquefied inside a furnace with a temperature of approximately 700-800 degrees Fahrenheit. When melted, the zinc metal stays in the furnace. The gooseneck or shot sleeve is … Continue reading

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