Aluminum Casting for Electric Drive Housings

Aluminum Casting for Electric Drive Housing

Electric drive housings are crucial in the automotive and industry sectors, as they contain critical components which enable electric vehicles and machines to operate efficiently. Electric motors, inverters and other electronic components are among these components. In this article, we will explore the significance of electric drive housings and the aluminum casting manufacturing process for electric drive housings. Electric drive housings provide protection and support for delicate electronic components, shielding them from harsh environmental conditions and mechanical damage. They also…

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SS316 Cast Handrail Wall Brackets

316 Stainless Steel Cast Handrail Wall Brackets

Handrail wall brackets play a vital role in the overall safety and aesthetics of a handrail system. They are responsible for securely attaching the handrail to the wall, providing stability and support. CFS Foundry can cast handrail wall brackets in one piece from 316 stainless steel. With the advantages of cast stainless steel and precision manufacturing through investment casting, these brackets show great durability and corrosion resistance. Handrail Wall Brackets Investment Casting Process Through the investment casting process, CFS Foundry…

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CF8 Investment Casting of Valve Body

CF8 Investment Casting of Valve Body

Investment Casting Overview Investment casting is a process that dates back over 5,000 years and remains its application in modern manufacturing. This technique involves creating a wax pattern, which is an exact replica of the desired part. The pattern is coated with a refractory ceramic material to form a mold. Once the ceramic material hardens, the wax is melted out, leaving a hollow cavity in the shape of the part. Molten metal is then poured into this cavity. After the…

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Stainless Steel Investment Casting for Glass Clamps

D Type Glass Clamps

Stainless steel glass clamps are popular hardware components used in glass railing systems for both residential and commercial buildings. They provide structural support and an aesthetically pleasing finish to glass railings, making them a key component in modern architecture. CFS Foundry is a professional investment casting company, can produce different types of glass clamps in investment casting process. Material: 316 Stainless Steel The glass clamps produced by CFS Foundry are made from premium-grade 316 stainless steel, a material known for…

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Selecting Alloys for Gravity Die Casting

Selecting Alloys for Gravity Die Casting

When it comes to gravity die casting, choosing the right alloy is a critical decision. The choice of alloy not only affects the final product’s performance but also plays a significant role in the casting process. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore the factors to consider when selecting alloys for gravity die casting, with a special emphasis on the expertise of CFS Foundry. Understanding Gravity Die Casting Gravity die casting is a versatile manufacturing process that allows for the production…

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Materials Commonly Used in Gravity Die Casting

Gravity Die Cast Parts

Gravity die casting is a widely used manufacturing process that offers numerous advantages over other casting methods, such as pressure die casting and sand casting. In this article, we will introduce the materials commonly employed in gravity die casting, with a special emphasis on aluminum and zinc alloys. We will also explore how to choose between these materials for your specific needs. The Basics of Gravity Die Casting Gravity die casting is a highly efficient metal casting process that relies…

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Gravity Die Casting Process

Choosing CFS Foundry for Your Gravity Die Casting Needs

Gravity die casting, also known as permanent mold casting, is a process for creating detailed, high-quality metal components with great accuracy and repeatability. CFS Foundry is a leader in the metal casting industry, providing superior gravity die casting services. Our expertise in producing high-quality castings for a wide range of applications sets us apart from other casting foundries. Gravity Die Casting Overview Gravity die casting is a casting manufacturing process that creates defined, textured or smooth-surfaced metal components. It allows…

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How to Choose the Right Stainless Steel Foundry?

Understanding Stainless Steel Casting

When it comes to stainless steel casting, selecting the appropriate foundry is critical for ensuring the highest quality, reliability, and value in your final products. With numerous manufacturers offering seemingly comparable services, it can be challenging to decide which foundry will meet the specific needs of your project. In this article, we’ll explore the key considerations to keep in mind when choosing a stainless steel foundry, and we’ll highlight why CFS Foundry is a top choice in stainless steel casting.…

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The Ultimate Guide to Stainless Steel Investment Casting

The Ultimate Guide to Stainless Steel Investment Casting

Investment casting is a manufacturing technique that has been around for thousands of years and is widely utilized in various industries, such as aerospace, automotive, and medical, to name just a few. Stainless steel, known for its high corrosion resistance and strength, is often the material of choice in investment casting projects. CFS Foundry is one of the largest stainless steel investment casting companies in the world, we have produced and exported thousands of cast stainless steel parts for many…

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Inconel 718 Investment Casting

Inconel 718 Investment Casting

Inconel 718 is a nickel-chromium-molybdenum alloy that has made a significant impact in a variety of industries, thanks to its exceptional mechanical properties, corrosion resistance, and high-temperature stability. Investment casting is one of the most popular ways to manufacture intricate parts from this alloy. Inconel 718 Chemical Compositions Element Percentage (%) Nickel (Ni) 50-55 Chromium (Cr) 17-21 Molybdenum (Mo) 2.8-3.3 Niobium (Nb) 4.75-5.5 Titanium (Ti) 0.65-1.15 Aluminum (Al) 0.2-0.8 Iron (Fe) Balance Cobalt (Co) ≤ 1 Manganese (Mn) ≤ 0.35…

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