Alloy steel casting forming method

- Oct 12, 2019-

Casting is a method of casting liquid metal into a casting cavity that conforms to the shape of the part, and after cooling and solidifying, to obtain a part or blank. The material to be cast is mostly a metal that is originally solid but heated to a liquid state (black metal such as iron, steel, stainless steel, alloy steel, etc.; non-ferrous metals such as copper, aluminum, tin, lead, zinc, magnesium, titanium, etc.). From the process method, it is divided into sand casting, metal gravity casting, ceramic or gypsum gravity casting, shell casting, lost foam casting, special casting, etc., and the process methods other than sand casting are collectively referred to as special casting process. Die casting is abbreviated as die casting, which is a molding method in which a liquid or semi-liquid metal or alloy is poured into a pressure chamber of a die casting machine to fill a cavity under high pressure and high speed, and is formed and crystallized under high pressure to obtain a casting. Die casting is one of the special casting processes in the casting process.