The die-cast aluminum foundry is a fast and economical manufacturing process for the production in large quantities of light-alloy parts with finite ribs and tight tolerances.
The aluminum die-casting process involves injecting a molten aluminum alloy into a metal mold under high pressure. Largely robotic, the manufacturing process guarantees repeatability and high accuracy of dimensions.
The injection molding under pressure is completed by the presence of a cutting tool that will separate the parts of the feed system.
The parts cut will be able to follow various operations before final packaging and delivery to the customer.
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After injection, machining can be used to complete parts of the workpiece or stamping to obtain precise dimensions, surface finishes and tapping.
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