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Why choose permanent mould casting?

Why choose permanent mould casting?

2021-10-19

Permanent mould casting is now a metal casting technique that uses reusable moulds (sometimes known as "permanent molds"), typically constructed of metal. A typical method of filling the mould is by gravity, although gas pressure or suction can also be utilized. Hollow castings are made using a version of the gravity casting method known as slush casting. Aluminium, potassium, and copper alloys are essential metals. Tin, zinc, lead alloys, and iron and steel are also cast in graphite moulds. 

 

Advantages -

 

The key benefits are the reusable mould, good surface polish, dimensional precision, and high production rates. Tolerances are typically 0.4 mm for the first 25 mm (0.015 for the first inch) and 0.02 mm for every subsequent centimetre (0.002 in per in); if somehow the dimension exceeds the parting line, add 0.25 mm (0.0098 in). Surface finishes range from 2.5 to 7.5 meters (100–250 inches) RMS. A 2 to 3-degree draft is required. The thickness of the walls is restricted to 3 to 50 mm (0.12 to 1.97 in). Part sizes typically range from 100 g to 75 kg (several ounces to 150 lb). 

 

Other benefits include the simplicity with which directed solidification can be induced by varying the thickness of the die casting or heating or chilling areas of the mould. Using a Metal mould by https://www.boqiaomachinery.com/ creates faster cooling rates, resulting in a finer particle structure over sand casting. Undercuts can be made using retractable metal cores while keeping a quick action mould. 

 

Disadvantages -

 

High tooling costs, restricted to low metals, & short mould life are the three main drawbacks. This procedure is uneconomical for large production runs due to the high tooling expenses. 

 

The Gravity Die Casting is quite short when the method is being used to cast iron or steel. Mould life is longer for lower melting metals, although thermal fatigue and attrition usually restrict it to 10,000 - 120,000 cycles. The mould materials, pouring temperature, mould temperature, & mould arrangement are all elements that affect mould life.


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