Aluminum Die Casting
Aluminum die casting alloys are lightweight and possess high thermal and electrical conductivity. Aluminum castings have high dimensional stability for complex part geometries and thin walls, which also withstands good corrosion resistance.
The heat dissipation of aluminum alloy and good appearance performance have exceeded most of the same use materials now, plus the weight of its own weight is the weight of other metal materials, even plastic can not be replaced.
The aluminum alloy which uses for die casting is generally ADC12 or A380. And the conductivity of die-cast aluminum alloy is about 80—-90W/M.K. The tensile strength of these materials is nearly twice that of ordinary casting alloys.
The production efficiency of die casting is relatively high, for mass production generally more than 1000 pieces a day production, and the size is stable, shrinkage rate in 0.5%.
Die-cast aluminum has more positive significance for aluminum alloy automobile wheel hub, frame and other parts that want to be produced with higher strength and impact-resistant materials.
At the same time, in lamps and lanterns and doors and windows and other products on the application is more.
Advantages of Aluminum Die Casting
- Aluminum castings improve automotive energy efficiency by contributing to weight saving.
- Aluminum is used in a broad range of networking and infrastructure equipment and boxes and housings require heat dissipation
- Aluminum has excellent electrical performance and shielding properties; therefore, die cast aluminum is ideal for electronic connectors and housings