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Factors Affecting your Casting Cost

There are many factors that can affect the cost of your castings and they can vary from supplier to supplier. These factors can change from supplier to supplier because each supplier has different capabilities, manufacturing processes, material costs, etc. In this blog we will examine the major factors that will affect costs in order to [...]

By |2020-04-14T17:26:11+00:00April 13th, 2020|Categories: FAQ|Tags: |

What is Powder Coating?

Powder coating is one of the most popular forms of surface finishing for the high quality diecastings which we produce at JINGXIN. The process involves spraying coloured dry powder, a mixture of pigment and resin, from a highly controllable gun towards the intended surface. The powder and part-to-be-coated are oppositely electrostatically charged, making them attracted [...]

By |2020-04-14T17:36:11+00:00April 13th, 2020|Categories: FAQ|Tags: , |

Die Casting Mold Design

Die casting is a technique for mass-producing metal products and components, and die casting mold design is one of the most important steps in the process because the shape and attributes of the mold directly affect the final product. The die casting procedure forces molten metal into molds using high pressure and it requires a [...]

By |2020-04-14T17:45:40+00:00April 11th, 2020|Categories: FAQ|Tags: , |

Metal Surface Treatment

Owing to its many benefits the surface treatment of metals  it is therefore largely a service to many industries as below: Automotive Aerospace Home appliances Telecommunications equipment Heavy engineering products Construction hardware Medical devices In general, surface treatment is employed to alter or enhance the mechanical, electrochemical, and/or thermal performance of a material. The technique [...]

By |2020-04-14T17:59:56+00:00April 10th, 2020|Categories: FAQ|Tags: , , |

Die Casting Alloys

Die casting alloys are normally non-ferrous, and there is a large number available with a wide range of physical and mechanical properties covering almost every conceivable application a designer might require. Aluminum and zinc alloys are the most widely used, and are followed by magnesium, zinc-aluminum (AZ) alloys, copper, tin and lead. Zinc, lead and [...]

By |2020-04-09T13:49:36+00:00April 9th, 2020|Categories: FAQ|Tags: , |

Die Casting Benefits of Aluminum

There are many metals that can be used for die casting – these metals vary from zinc, tin, lead, copper, bronze, brass, silver and aluminum. Aluminum is easier to use in die casting than most other metals – simply because it is easier to find and is available in cheaper rates. Examples of casted aluminum [...]

What is High Pressure Die Casting?

Summary: High Pressure Die Casting(HPDC) is an efficient componentry manufacturing method for the production of various product forms with extremely quick casting possibilities coupled with a high pressure injection process. The four main metal groups used with this technology are aluminum, zinc, magnesium and copper-base alloys. Manufacture: High pressure die casting can be divided into [...]

By |2020-03-16T04:14:56+00:00March 16th, 2020|Categories: FAQ|Tags: , , |

How to Fix Die Casting Porosity?

Die casting is a metal casting process that injects molten metal through high pressure into a die. It is an economical process that can manufacture a high volume of parts. While die castings have a good surface finish, and are dimensionally accurate, porosity inside the part is inevitable. Simply stated, porosity is any void or [...]

10 Reasons to Choose Die Casting Zinc

10 Reasons to Choose Die Casting Zinc 1. Natural and environmentally sound Zinc is a part of the cycle of nature, and can be reused. Zinc melting point is low compared to most other materials. Thus the energy consumption when die casting zinc is reduced. 2. Great creativity Die casted zinc meets the demand for [...]

Die Cast Metals

Die Cast Metals, What Type Of Metal Should? Die Cast Metals. The alloys you will typically choose from when it comes to die casting are aluminum, magnesium and zinc. There are other metal alloys you can use for die casting as well, like copper, brass, tin and lead, though these alloys are much less-common, specialty [...]

By |2020-04-14T18:08:38+00:00December 17th, 2019|Categories: FAQ|Tags: |