Clamping is done as the initial stage in die casting. To help with the second phase, injection, the dies are cleaned and lubricated. The die halves are closed and fastened together with high pressure after the dies have been thoroughly cleaned and lubricated. Injection. A ladle receives the molten metal from a furnace.
Die casting is a type of metal casting that involves applying intense pressure to molten metal as it is being poured into a mould chamber. Two hardened tool steel dies that have been machined into shape and function similarly to an injection mould during the operation are used to construct the mould cavity.
Due to the use of dies, the technique is known as diecasting. The steel moulds known as “dies” are used to inject liquid metal into. They are mostly created via CNC machining. It is divided into two halves: the fixed half, which is fixed to the casting machine and is stationary, and the ejector half, which is mobile.
The Global diecast clamping system market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH
Roemheld has introduced the M-TECS magnetic clamping system, which is stable up to temperatures of 230°C and was created especially for die casting clamping machines. It is offered with or without the inbuilt heating plate and is appropriate for both horizontal and vertical machines.
With its stability up to 230 °C, the M-TECS 210 system essentially covers the whole temperature range that may be encountered in the die casting clamping sector.
A shorter time spent in the hot area with less scorching, no T-slot between the heating plate and the die, and more uniform temperatures inside the die are additional advantages. There is also no downtime for heating up or cooling down in the press.
The Roemheld M-TECS system aids in decreasing downtimes, lowering setup costs, and boosting productivity. Small batches may be processed because of the shortened setup times, and operators can handle it safely and easily.
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