1. First, employees designed aluminum alloy die-casting mold drawings for user projects. The mold manufacturer will then manufacture the mold in accordance with the requirements of the drawings. In the manufacturing process, every detail cannot be ignored, and strict control is required to prevent the influence on the processing and production of die castings.
2. After the aluminum alloy die-casting mold is finished, the staff should first inspect the mold and then perform proofing. If the sample is proofed, it will be submitted to the user for confirmation after quality inspection without any problem. The number of proofs should not be too much, usually in a few, dozens or hundreds of copies. Proofing is also a recognition of new products.