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Comparison of non-ferrous metal precision castings with other castings
- Jun 05, 2018 -

Stainless steel precision castings and non-ferrous metal precision castings are two types of precision castings. However, in casting materials, one is stainless steel and the other is non-ferrous metal, and these two materials have different properties. Therefore, these two precision castings are Can not be equivalent, because they are not the same in the material, performance and other aspects.


Non-ferrous metal precision castings used non-ferrous metals, is narrow and broadly divided. In a narrow sense, non-ferrous metals are collectively referred to as all metals except iron, manganese, and chromium. In a broad sense, non-ferrous metals mean non-ferrous metals and non-ferrous alloys.


Non-ferrous metal precision castings, which are cast for precision casting. Compared with the traditional sand casting, the accuracy of the casting can be further improved, and the surface finish of the casting can also be improved. This casting method, in terms of specific types, are investment casting, ceramic casting, metal casting, pressure casting and lost foam casting. Among them, investment casting is used more often.


Non-ferrous metal precision castings have some influencing factors in the casting process, such as the structure and material of the castings, the technical level of the process, the operation methods, etc. Any one of them is not handled well and will affect the casting quality of the castings. It may cause deviations in the size of the castings. In addition, it may affect the performance of the castings. Therefore, in addition to paying attention to these factors, it is also necessary to determine the appropriate casting parameters, such as determining the appropriate pouring temperature, so as to ensure the quality of castings and the effect of their use.