Rapid Magnesium Alloy Die Casting Services
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About Die Casting Process
It is a manufacturing process that can produce complex metal parts through reusable molds, called dies. This process involves the use of a furnace, metal, die casting machine, and die. The metal, typically a non-ferrous alloy such as aluminum or zinc or magnesium, is melted in the furnace and then injected into the dies in the die casting machine. A cold chamber die casting machine or a hot chamber die casting machine will be used in this process.
Advantages of Magnesium Alloy Die Casting
- Magnesium is another lightweight structural material commonly used in die casting, alloyed with other metals to provide more excellent stability and better mechanical properties.
- In combination with metals like silicon, manganese, aluminum and zinc, magnesium alloys have become a great asset to the die casting industry.
- By putting limits on impurities such as iron, copper and nickel, better corrosion resistance is obtained.
- Some Magnesium alloys offer better flexibility while maintaining corrosion resistance and strength. Contact Moxperts for more details on your project solutions.
It offers excellent strength, corrosion resistance and better castability than other alloys, featured with a high tensile yield strength and modulus of elasticity.
With a specific gravity of 1.7, magnesium is the lightest of the commonly used alloys available, ideal for the car industry or aerospace industry that requires lower fuel cost with less weight.
Recyclable and Reusable
Almost 100% of Magnesium alloy casting parts can be reused, which is environmentally friendly and cost-efficient.
Moxperts offer a wide variety of certified alloys for die casting parts.
A383 or ADC12