Are you still entangled in the project to do die casting or CNC? Part 2

- Jun 18, 2019-

Die casting is usually processed from a high-strength alloy. It is a metal casting process characterized by the use of a mold cavity to apply high pressure to the molten metal. The process is similar to injection molding. Most of the die-casting parts are iron-free, and are cast and alloyed like zinc, copper, aluminum, magnesium, etc. According to the type of die-casting, we divide the cold chamber die casting machine and the hot chamber die casting machine. The advantages of die casting are as follows: 1. The cost of casting equipment and molds is high, so the die casting process is generally only used to mass produce a large number of products.

2. Die casting is especially suitable for the manufacture of a large number of small and medium-sized castings, so die casting is the most widely used in various casting processes.

3. Compared to other casting techniques, the die-cast surface is flatter and has a higher dimensional consistency.

Therefore, from the above analysis, we can see that our CNC and die-casting are closely related. The surface treatment of our die-casting parts will also use the CNC process. If you have a project here, you don’t know how to do the cost. The lowest, then we Haiyu can give you the following suggestions:

1. If the structure of the project itself is available and the order volume is large enough, we recommend that you use die casting because the project uses die casting to save costs, save time and increase production efficiency!

2. If the project structure is relatively simple, and the order quantity is relatively small, the accuracy is relatively high, and the routine is difficult to process. We suggest that you use the CNC here, and the CNC can achieve high precision and high yield!