The best suitable method for producing Heavy Vehicle Engine Components is high-pressure die casting. Efficient die casting can create thousands of molded casts of high quality in a relatively short period of time while using a single mold. This highly cost-effective and economical approach to die casting mold design will create casts with consistent consistency and a high degree of precision. The production of die casting molds offers high quality, close "net form" parts at an incredibly cost-effective price point.
Our Pressure Die Casting Tool Manufacturing in India has the expertise to offer a qualitative range of Pressure Die Casting Tools to our clients. This tool is available in various configurations according to customers’ particular requirements. This method is specifically tailored for various forms of automotive and aerospace applications.
Our Pressure Die Casting Tool Manufacturing in Pune is involved in providing a supreme quality array of Pressure Die Casting Equipment, thanks to the rich industrial experience and expertise in this sector. Suitable for different types of applications such as lighting, furniture, and automotive applications, this device is specifically crafted by our skilled professionals using excellent raw materials and manufacturing installations.
Pressure Die Casting Tool Manufacturing in India is a simple, reliable and cost-effective manufacturing process for high volume production; net-shaped metal components have tight tolerances. The pressure die casting method essentially consists of injecting a molten metal alloy into a steel mold (or tool) under high pressure. It is easily solidified (from milliseconds to a couple of seconds) to form a net formed part. It is then taken out automatically.
There are two types of pressure die casting - High Pressure Die Casting and Low-Pressure Die Casting - depending on the pressure used. While Pressure Die Casting Tool Manufacturing in Pune provides a wider application that encompasses almost 50 percent of all casting production of light alloy. Low-pressure die casting currently accounts for around 20 percent of total production but its use is growing. For castings that require a tight tolerance and detailed geometry, high-pressure castings are required. In larger and non-critical sections low pressure dies casting is widely used.