Aluminum Alloy Casting (Technology)

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Defects encountered in aluminum alloy die castings

Defects encountered in aluminum alloy die castings include flow marks, patterns, cold seals, dents, bubbles, pores, pinholes, shrinkage cavities, porosity, etc. Flow marks and patterns: Flow marks and patterns are traces left by the molten alloy that first enters the mold cavity, forming an extremely thin and uneven metal layer, which is compensated by the

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Aluminum oxide coloring processing

Oxidation coloring of aluminum die castings

The processing of aluminum die-casting parts adopts artificial methods to form an oxide film on the surface of aluminum and its alloy products and apply different colors to improve the wear resistance of aluminum materials, prolong the service life and increase the appearance of color and luster. The basic process of oxidative coloring is aluminum

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Aluminum Die Casing Parts

Aluminum die casting is a manufacturing process that produces accurate, defined, smooth, or textured-surface aluminum casting parts. The aluminum dies casting process is completed by forcing molten aluminum into a mold through high pressure. Aluminum dies casting parts are corrosion resistant, and highly conductive. They have good stiffness and strength-to-weight ratio. The aluminum dies casting

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