The difference between cast aluminum and die-cast aluminum   Cast aluminum generally refers to an aluminum casting manufactured by a casting process, and die-cast aluminum refers to an aluminum casting manufactured by a high-pressure die-casting method, the difference being mainly due to the difference in the casting process. The casting process generally like: sand.. read more →

Short description about aluminum alloy sand casting   Sand casting has been used for centuries for most popular and simplest types of castings. Sand casting could be used to small and large parts, main steps include drawing confirmation, mould, core-making, modeling, melting and pouring, heat treatment, cleaning, blasting, machining,  surface coating, and so on. Drawing confirm .. read more →

  Introduction to Gravity Casting, Casting, High Pressure Casting and Low Pressure Casting Process   Introduction to gravity casting: Gravity casting refers to the process of injecting molten metal into a mold under the action of gravity of the earth, also called casting. Generalized gravity casting includes sand casting, metal casting, investment casting, lost foam.. read more →

Passivation for casting parts (alu,zinc parts) Many aluminum alloy and zinc alloy die-casting parts have been widely used due to their advantages of easy processing, high precision, and certain mechanical strength. However, these castings have the disadvantages of negative potential and poor corrosion resistance. Therefore, for aluminum alloys with high corrosion resistance and decorative properties,.. read more →

What do you look for when choosing the right aluminum alloy casting supplier for your project?   professional, all talking and discussion need to be professional, professional at least mean they know what requirements of parts. For example, part material is A356, A356 parts can be cast in different processes, but it is necessary to.. read more →

What are the technical requirements for aluminium alloy casting dies/molds/moulds?   1) The chemical composition of the alloys shall conform to the requirements of GB/T 15114-1994. With following aluminum alloy part material for reference: pressure die casting according to different country standard. Aluminum Alloy Commerdal Standard Equivalent Alloys or dose sub strtutes ANSI AA BS1490 DIN1725/2 JIS 413.2 American 413.2 LM6 GD-ALSi12 A360.. read more →

  The difference and characteristics of aluminum alloy pressure casting and gravity casting Aluminum alloy is widely used in automobile manufacturing, furniture, shipbuilding, landscape and other fields due to its good plasticity, corrosion resistance and light weight. With the development of China’s manufacturing industry, the demand for aluminum alloy and aluminum alloy castings is increasing,.. read more →

  What are the advantages of cast aluminum alloy?   The cast aluminum alloy is an aluminum alloy which is filled with a molten metal and obtained a blank of various shape parts. It is widely used in many fields such as aviation industry and civil industry. What are the advantages and disadvantages of casting.. read more →

What defects aluminum alloy casting may appear? 1: Oxidized slag Defect characteristics: Oxidation slag is distributed on the upper surface of the casting at the corner where the mold is not ventilated. The fractures are mostly grayish white or yellow, which are found by x-ray or during machining, and can also be found during alkaline washing,.. read more →

The difference between aluminum oxide oxidation and electroplating   We say here that the oxidation of aluminum alloy is anodizing, although anodizing and electroplating are both energized, but there is an essential difference between the two. Let’s first look at anodizing. Not all metals are suitable for anodizing. The general metal alloy comparison is anodized,.. read more →