Die casting machines
The traditional method of injection molding involves injecting a high speed and high pressure of molten metal into a closed mold.
Within a few seconds, the molten metal is crystallized by acquiring the configuration of the inner mold cavity.
Rational methods of injection molding can produce a large number of thin-walled and complex castings with high accuracy and negligible material costs.
Method of injection molding is used for processing:
- Aluminum Alloys
- Magnesium Alloys
- Zinc alloys
- Tin alloys
- Lead alloys
Methods of casting:
Method of injection molding with a camera hot-pressing
On machines for injection molding with a hot chamber compression molded parts primarily from zinc, tin - and lead - and magnesium alloys with low melting point. Foundry site, consisting of presskamery, piston and piston rings directly into the molten smelting furnaces and through the tip of the nozzle body connected to the mold. With appropriate technology mold castings can be used without subsequent machining.
Method of injection molding with a cold chamber pressing
On die casting machines with a cold camera in a vertical or horizontal pressing systems are manufactured mainly from parts of aluminum or magnesium alloys with high melting points. Foundry site, consisting of presskamery, piston and piston rod mounted between the fixed plate molding machines and systems. Fill a metal is performed manually or automatically by the dispenser of metal from the smelting furnaces. The automotive industry in need of details of various designs used to date the horizontal machine for injection molding with locking force from 150 to 4500 tons.