When to Choose Aluminum Die Casting?

When to Choose Aluminum Die Casting

Aluminum die casting offers many advantages over other methods, which is why it has become one of the leading aluminum casting methods for producing parts. This process is more cost-effective than other methods. Moreover, it is the best solution for complex parts, as it achieves tight tolerances and can handle unique patterns and shapes with less machining. Regardless of whether the part is simple or complex, dies can be used. The process is economical for simple parts, but the price increases with…

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How to Reduce Aluminum Die Casting Cost?

How to Reduce Aluminum Die Casting Cost

CFS Foundry is a leading aluminum die casting company in China. We have several techniques by which we can maximize the design of tools and components, but the production cost per part will be lower. What Makes Aluminum Die Casting Expensive? 1.) Aluminum die casting production – aluminum die casting setup can cost you a lot depending on the complexity of the part because it requires many workers. Also, before starting the process, you need to melt the specified aluminum die…

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Anodizing vs. Powder Coating For Aluminum Castings

Powder Coated Aluminum Castings

A protective surface with an attractive finish is buyers’ only requirement when purchasing aluminum casting parts. That’s why this article will focus on the 2 most popular surface finishing processes of aluminum castings: anodizing and powder coating. If you don’t know what to choose, we will help you understand them or make the right choice. What is Anodizing? Aluminum castings always have a thin layer of natural oxide on their surface. This layer has become passive, and when exposed to the air, it…

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Advances in Investment Casting Process

Advances in Investment Casting Process

The investment casting process involves the production of engineering castings using an expendable pattern. The principles can be traced back to 5000 BC when Early Man employed the method to produce rudimentary tools. This was followed by centuries of use OF jewellery and artistic products before the advent of the 2nd World War saw the development of aerospace and subsequently engineering components. The term investment casting derives from the characteristic use of mobile ceramic slurry, or ‘investments’, to form a…

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Investment Casting vs. Machining

Investment Casting

Investment casting and machining are considered the most promising methods when considering the right process to produce precision metal parts. However, both techniques are different from each other, so you need to know when to use investment casting or machining? Although CFS Foundry offers both: Investment casting and machining, before you option for a process, let’s talk about the differences in detail. How Investment Casting Works Investment casting, also called lost wax casting, is a metal forming method and is…

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ASTM A351 CF8 vs. CF8M Stainless Steel Casting

CF8 vs. CF8M Stainless Steel Casting

ASTM A351 CF8 & CF8M are the common cast stainless steel grades in all the stainless steel foundries. They are similar, but not complete the same. Specialised in stainless steel investment casting process, CFS Foundry usually casts A351 CF8 and CF8M stainless steel components for various applications. In this article, we will help you to understand the differences between these two alloys, and how to select a proper alloy for your design. ASTM A351 CF8 Stainless Steel  ASTM A351 CF8…

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Advantages of Aluminum Casting

Aluminum Casting Advantages

Aluminum shows remarkable versatility, high durability, and light-weight, making it one of the most valuable industrial raw materials. Mainly, aluminum is utilized for the casting production of various components and products. This article highlights the benefits of aluminum casting. Aluminum has been widely used in almost all industries worldwide. After 1940, the demand for aluminum has increased in various sectors such as construction, defense, pharmaceutical, automotive, packaging, and component manufacturers. Besides, it is also in high demand by power producers,…

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Aluminum Die Casting Process

There are several casting methods: investment casting, die casting, sand casting, gravity casting, etc. If you’re looking for high-quality detailing-based production, there is no method better than aluminum die casting. The die casting industry is already emerging, and many metals are used for this purpose. Aluminum is the most prevalent metal for manufacturing all types and styles of components. The primary feature is its solidity and capability to materialize multiple individual structures. The method of die-casting through aluminum is innovative and less time-consuming. Product…

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Aluminum Die Casting vs. Zinc Die Casting

Aluminum Die Casting vs. Zinc Die Casting

As a world leader die casting manufacturer in China, CFS Foundry pours vast quantities of aluminium die castings and zinc die castings each year. Our foundry is a world-class aluminium die casting company that can do it all and serves clients that range from auto manufacturers to lighting industry. CFS Foundry is also among the most renowned zinc die casting producers and has clients from large appliance manufacturers and the auto industry. Although aluminum and zinc alloys are frequently employed for die casting process, each has distinct properties…

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Die Casting vs. Stamping

Die Casting

Suppose you are in the market to manufacture metal parts and you are considering or using die-casting to produce components. In that case, you could be wondering if metal stamping is a good option for your requirements. To decide is the case, you need to be aware of each of these metal-part-forming techniques and how they are commonly used in conjunction with the advantages and disadvantages of each. Die Casting Die casting is perhaps the most well-known type of metal…

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