Aluminum extrusion casting, also known as "liquid die forging", is a method of pouring molten or semi-solid metal into a metal mold and then applying it to the original to solidify under pressure to obtain a blank or part. The essence is that the molten metal crystallizes under the action of mechanical external force, and is accompanied by a small amount of plastic deformation. It has the advantages of high metal utilization rate, simplified process and stable quality.
Aluminum Extrusion Casting
Aluminum Extrusion Vs Casting
Aluminum extrusion casting is suitable for thick-walled castings with high mechanical properties and air tightness requirements, such as aluminum wheels for automobiles and motorcycles; aluminum pistons, aluminum cylinders, aluminum cylinder heads, aluminum transmission cases for engines; aluminum alloy castings for dampers and brakes Compressors, compressors, aluminum castings of various pump bodies; bicycle cranks, directional shafts, frame joints; aluminum-magnesium or zinc alloy optical frames, instruments and computer housing parts; aluminum alloy pressure cookers, cookware parts; Copper alloy bushings and aluminum-based composite castings.