Machining and die casting are both popular and effective processes applied for industrial purposes. How will you know which process is suitable for your project and which isn’t? So, let’s understand how each one works independently and together.
Die casting mechanism
Metals like zinc, copper, and aluminium is melted. Molten is injected in a steel mould or die, which is in the shape of part you desire to produce. After the molten is filled in the die, it is set aside for cooling. The metal solidifies into the desired part shape, which is removed. Precision casting of the part can help perfect assembling in your product line.
CNC or Computerised Numeric Control is a technique, which maximises machining efficiency via automation of process. You can think machining to be similar to sculpting with metal. The CNC is programmed to cut its way in the metal that you get the necessary part for your project. Continue reading “Get to Know the Working of Die Casting and Machining Process”