As one of the most commonly used die castings, OEM Aluminum Die Castings have been applied to many fields. This is because aluminum die castings have the advantages of light weight, high strength, corrosion resistance and so on, and their prices are relatively cheap. Therefore, aluminum die castings may occupy the leading position in the die casting industry for a long time to come. How can high-end OEM aluminum die castings be made?
The so-called good products can only be made by selecting good materials and using good materials. To make good aluminum die castings, high-quality die-casting aluminum alloy must be selected. Die-casting aluminum alloy usually contains elements such as silicon, copper, magnesium, iron, zinc, manganese, nickel, titanium, etc. The content of these elements will directly affect the performance of aluminum die castings. For example, silicon element can improve the casting performance of die-casting aluminum alloy, but excessive amount will lead to hard spots in aluminum die castings, making it difficult to cut. For example, zinc can improve the fluidity of die-cast aluminum alloy, but excessive zinc will increase the thermal brittleness and reduce the corrosion resistance of aluminum die-castings. There is also the element of iron, which is harmful in all aluminum alloys and will reduce the mechanical properties and fluidity of die-cast aluminum alloys, resulting in sticking of aluminum die castings.