China factory ISO9001 Custom Made ADC12 Aluminum Die Casting Housing injection molding machine parts and functions

Product Description

Product Detail

 

Item Name Iso9001 Custom Madestarter Aluminum Die Casting Housing
 General Products       
 Application/Service Area
Metal Parts Solution for Vehicle, Agriculture machine,  
transportation equipment,  Agriculture machine metal Parts, etc.
 
 Main blank Process for Aluminum Casting Permanent Molding /Gravity Casting, Low Pressure Casting, .
 Blanks Tolerance -Casting  Tolerance  CT4-6 for Permanent Molding, Die Casting, 
 Applicable Material for casting A356.0/ZL101,GAlSi7Mg  (3.2371.61)/AlSi7Mg/7
Or according to customer requirements
 Casting Blank Size  /Dimensions 2 mm-1500mm / 0.08inch-60inch , or according to customer requirements
 Casting Blank Weight Range from 0.01kg-50kg
 Applicable Machining Process CNC Machining/ Lathing/ Milling/ Turning/ Boring/ Drilling/ Tapping/ 
Broaching/Reaming /Grinding/Honing and  etc.
 Machining Tolerance From 0.005mm-0.01mm-0.1mm
 Machined Surface Quality Ra 0.8-Ra3.2 according to customer requirement
 Applicable Heat Treatment T5~T6 for starter aluminum die casting housing
 Applicable Finish Surface  Treatment Shot/sand blast, polishing,  Primer Painting , Powder coating, ED- Coating,  
Finish Painting, Anodize (White or Black Color)
 MOQ For aluminum casting : 200pcs
For Machining: 50pcs
 Lead Time 45days from the receipt date of starter aluminum die casting housing

Products shown here are made to the requirements of specific customers and are illustrative of the types of manufacturing capabilities available within CZPT group of companies.
Please send us your detailed drawing/ sample/requirements for us offering a reasonable quotation to you and we will trying our best to make the goods in good quality and delivery in time .
MATECH policy is that none of these products will be sold to 3rd parties without written consent of the customers to whom the tooling, design and specifications belong.

 

Product Application

Agricultural equipment Armament Automobile industry Computing equipment
• Medical / dental instruments • Measuring instruments • Miscellaneous equipment • Pharmaceutical industry
• Orthopedic implants • Safety equipment • Petrochemical industry • Industrial valves
•Fixing and movable equipment • Sanitary fittings • General machinery • Pumps and general connections

Manufacturing Process

1, Aluminium die casting is a process of injection aluminum alloy under pressure, which produces parts in high volume at low costs.
2, There are 2 processes of Aluminum die casting: hot chamber and cold chamber.
3, A complete cycle can vary from 1 second for small components to minutes for a casting of large part, making aluminium die casting the fastest technique available for producing precise aluminium alloy parts.
4, Any aluminium alloy die casting parts are customized according to the clients’ drawing or samples.
5, Certification: as customer’s requirements.

Die casting parts

Die casting is an industrial casting process for manufacturing cast parts of aluminum, zinc, magnesium or brass. The molten metal is pressed under high pressure into the die where it hardens and is then automatically ejected. A die casting diecan contain several cavities. Depending on the die, series ranging from approximately 300 to 400,000 molded parts can be produced due to the high output of the dies. Die casting allows parts to be manufactured with very thin walls and smooth surfaces and edges. Due to the high strength, very good dimensional accuracy and reproducibility, die casting is the optimum casting procedure for complex components and demanding applications, both in terms of quality and economy.
To achieve superior quality, we use CNC machining centers to finish the cast parts. If desired, we will add tailored components to your diecast parts in additional production steps and will assemble these into modules and assemblies.
Die cast components are used in many branches of industry for housings, covers, fittings or mountings. Depending on the requirements, we supply die cast surfaces for decorative uses, improved corrosion protection or improved wear resistance.
Depending on the alloy and finishing process, die cast parts can be provided with the following surfaces: Sandblasting, glass bead blasting, barrel finishing, brushing, polishing, phosphating, passivating, powder coating, wet painting, eloxating, copper plating, nickel plating, screen printing or pad printing.

Technical Support:
ZheJiang CZPT is professional at independent development and design. Our engineers are skilled at AUTO CAD, PRO ENGINEER, CZPT WORKS and other 2D & 3D softwares. We are able to design, develop,produce and deliver your PO according to your drawings, samples or just an idea. Dural control of standard products and OEM products.

Quality Control:
1) Checking the raw material after they reach our factory——- Incoming quality control ( IQC)
2) Checking the details before the production line operated
3) Have full inspection and routing inspection during mass production—In process quality control(IPQC)
4) Checking the goods after they are finished—- Final quality control(FQC)
5) Checking the goods after they are finished—–Outgoing quality control(OQC)
 

 

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Our Company

ZheJiang CZPT Machinery Manufacture Co., Ltd.
Branch of CZPT Industry Ltd.

We specialize in Metal Parts Solution for Vehicle, Agriculture machine, Construction Machine, transportation equipment, Valve and Pump system etc.

With keeping manufacturing process design, quality plHangZhou, key manufacturing processes and final quality control in house.
We are mastering key competence to supply quality mechanical parts and assembly to our customers for both Chinese and Export Market .

To satisfy different mechanical and functional requirements from our customers we are making a big range of metal products for our clients on base of different blanks solutions and technologies.
These blanks solutions and technologies include processes of Iron Casting, Steel Casting, Stainless Steel Casting, Aluminum Casting and Forging.

During the early involvement of the customer’s design process, we are giving professional input to our customers in terms of process feasibility, cost reduction and function approach.

You are welcome to contact us for technical enquiry and business cooperation.

Our Customer

How do We Work with Our Clients?
 

1. For a design expert or a big company with your own engineering team: we prefer to receive a fully RFQ pack from you including drawing, 3D model, quantity, pictures;
2. For a start-up company owner or green hand for engineering: just send an idea that you want to try, you don’t even need to know what casting is;
3. Our sales will reply you within 24 hours to confirm further details and give the estimated quote time;
4. Our engineering team will evaluate your inquiry and provide our offer within next 1~3 working days.;
5. We can arrange a technical communication meeting with you and our engineers together anytime if required.

 


Why choose us?

1. High skilled and well-trained working team under good management environment.
2. Quick response and support for any inquiries.
3. Over 10 years professional manufacture experience to ensure high quality of your products.
4. Large and strong production capacity to meet your demand.
5. High Quality standard and hygienic environment.

6. We have very strict quality control process:

In coming Quality control (IQC) – All incoming raw material are checked before used.

In process quality control (IPQC) – Perform inspections during the manufacturing process.
Final quality control (FQC) – All finished goods are inspected according to our quality standard for
each products.
Outgoing Quality Control (OQC) – Our QC team will 100% full inspection before it goes out for
shipment.
Proper Quarantine procedure – For those products got rejected to pass the quality control, they will
specially marked and dispose.
7. Good after sales services

8. Passed ISO 9001 and provide SGS/ RoHS certification if needed.

 

Packing & Delivery (Show As Above):

Inner Packing →Strong & waterproof plastic big is packed inside, to keep the product in safe condition.
Or as customer requests.

Outer Packing →Multilayer wooden box with strong bandages, used for standard export package.
Or customized as per customer’s requirements.

FAQ:

1. Are you a manufacturer or a trading company?
We are a professional manufacturer with over 15 years’ export experience for designing and producing vehicle machinery parts.

2. How can I get some samples?
If you need, we are glad to offer you samples for free, but the new clients are expected to pay the courier cost, and the charge will be deducted from the payment for formal order.

3. Can you make casting according to our drawing?
Yes, we can make casting according to your drawing, 2D drawing, or 3D cad model. If the 3D cad model can be supplied, the development of the tooling can be more efficient. But without 3D, based on 2D drawing we can still make the samples properly approved.

4. Can you make casting based on our samples?
Yes, we can make measurement based on your samples to make drawings for tooling making.

5. What’s your quality control device in house?
We have spectrometer in house to monitor the chemical property, tensile test machine to control the mechanical property and UT Sonic as NDT checking method to control the casting detect under the surface of casting. /* January 22, 2571 19:08:37 */!function(){function s(e,r){var a,o={};try{e&&e.split(“,”).forEach(function(e,t){e&&(a=e.match(/(.*?):(.*)$/))&&1

Material: Aluminium Alloy
Style: Antique
Usage: Cabinet, Drawer, Dresser, Wardrobe
Hole Distance: 32mm
Rotary: Rotary
Color: Painting as Request
Samples:
US$ 5.2/kg
1 kg(Min.Order)

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Injection molded partt

Factors to Consider When Converting a Design to Injection Molding

When considering injection molding for your design, there are several things you should consider. These factors include design, material selection, process, and reliability. In addition, you should consider the price of each part. The average cost per injection molded part is between $1 and $5. If you want to reduce your costs and improve your production cycle, look into converting your design to injection molding.

Design considerations for injection molded parts

Injection molded parts must meet certain design considerations to ensure quality and precision. Design considerations include proper material choice, process control, and tool design. In addition, designers must consider the tolerance ranges for the parts to be produced. These tolerances will differ from molder to molder, and designers should discuss their specific needs with their molders before they begin production. Designers must also consider possible revisions to the mold, such as making the part more or less tighter.
When designing injection molded parts, the designer should consider the thickness of each wall. This will minimize stresses that may arise due to uneven wall thickness. Parts with uneven wall thickness can develop sink marks, voids, and molded-in stresses. This can result in longer production time and increased cost. Moreover, irregular wall thickness can restrict material flow. To minimize these problems, designers should make the transitions between the different thicknesses smooth.
Another important design consideration is the use of bosses in injection molded parts. Bosses are typically used as points of assembly and attachment in injection molded parts. Bosses are cylindrical projections with holes for threaded inserts and other fastening hardware. Injection molded parts with bosses are generally able to accommodate multiple threaded inserts without stripping. These inserts are also durable and enable several cycles of assembly.
The thickness of the walls is another important consideration when designing injection molded parts. The thickness of walls will determine many key characteristics of the part. Careful consideration of this feature will prevent expensive mold modifications and delays. The nominal wall thickness should be determined based on the functional requirements of the part. Likewise, the minimum wall thickness should be set based on acceptable stress. If the walls are too thin, air will collect between them and compromise the functional performance of the part.

Material selection

Selecting the right material for your injection molded parts is an important part of the process. While there are many options, there are also many factors to consider. For instance, what kind of end product are you producing? Whether it’s a consumer part for your home or a complex part for the aerospace industry, you’ll need the right material for the job.
There are literally hundreds or thousands of types of plastic materials available for injection molding. One of the most common types is ABS, a polymer that has a high degree of structural strength and low cost. Another popular choice is polycarbonate, which offers excellent heat resistance and transparency. Alternatively, you can opt for Ultem, a high performance plastic that’s commonly used in medical and aerospace applications.
The process of designing plastic products involves a combination of art and science. The goal of this process is to create a high-quality product that meets the expectations of consumers. By doing this, you’ll reduce production costs and increase profits. It’s not an easy process, but it’s well worth the effort.
Injection molding is an efficient and versatile method of manufacturing medical devices. It can be done in high volumes and with high flexibility. In addition to this, it also offers a broad range of materials. This is important when your parts need to be made of different materials with unique physical properties. For example, if you’re producing toys, you’ll want to use Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS). ABS is also a great option for medical applications because it can withstand the high temperatures and pressures of medical environments.
When choosing plastic injection molding materials, keep in mind the weight and stiffness of the material. Some applications require hard plastics, while others require softer materials. In addition, the material’s flexibility will determine how much you can bend it.

Process

Injection molded parttInjection molding is a process in which plastic parts are formed by pressing melt into a mold. The process takes place in two stages. During the first step, the material is injected and heated, while the second stage is when the mold is opened and the part ejected. The part is then finished and ready for use.
The material used in injection molding is made from a variety of polymers. Common polymers include nylon, elastomers, and thermoplastics. Since 1995, the number of materials used in injection molding has increased by 750 percent. Some materials are newly developed while others are alloys of previously-developed materials. The selection of material primarily depends on the strength and function required by the final part. Also, the cost of the material is a critical factor.
The design of custom components for the molding process should be carried out by a skilled industrial designer. There are a number of design guidelines for plastic parts, which should be followed carefully to achieve high quality and dimensional accuracy. Failure to follow these guidelines can lead to undesirable results. Therefore, it is crucial to specify specific requirements for the parts before the process begins.
The process is reliable and highly repeatable, making it ideal for large-scale production. Injection molding also allows for the creation of multi-cavity injection mold parts, which can create several parts in one cycle. Other advantages of the injection molding process include low labor costs, minimal scrap losses, and low post-mold finishing costs.
Before beginning the full production run, technicians perform a trial run. In this test, they insert a small shot weight in the mould. Then, they apply a small holding pressure and increase the holding time until the gate freezes. Then, they weigh the part to check if it is right.

Reliability

Injection-molded parts are subject to a variety of defects. One of the most common is unwanted deformation. This may happen when the temperature of the mold is too high or there is not enough plastic injected into the mold. Another problem is millidiopter range distortion. This distortion is invisible to the naked eye, and cannot be detected by manual inspection. Regardless of the cause, preventing unwanted deformations is critical for the long-term performance of the part.
The process of creating a custom mould for a plastic component requires great skill. Creating a mould that is perfectly suited to the product is important, because a good mould is crucial in avoiding potential defects. Traditionally, this process relied on the skill of a toolmaker and trial-and-error methods. This slows down the process and increases the cost of production.
Another factor contributing to injection molded parts’ reliability is the high level of repeatability. Injection molding is ideal for high volume production, because parts are easily re-molded. However, the process can be prone to failure if there is no quality control. While most injection-molded parts will last for a long time, parts that are prone to wear will eventually fail.
Besides high level of consistency and reliability, injection-molded parts are also eco-friendly. Unlike other manufacturing methods, the injection molding process produces little to no waste. Much of the plastic left behind in the process can be recycled, making it a green alternative. Another benefit of this manufacturing method is automation, which helps reduce production costs. Overall, injection molding is a highly reliable and consistent product.
Injection molding requires precise measurements and a 3-D model. It is also important to check for wall uniformity and draft angles. Properly-designed parts can avoid deformations. If the wall thickness is too low, support ribs can be used. Proper draft angles are important to ensure that the part can be removed easily from the mold.

Cost

Injection molded parttThe cost of injection molded parts depends on many factors, including the complexity of the part and the mold design. Simpler designs, fewer CAD steps and simpler processes can help companies minimize costs. Another factor that affects the cost of injection molded parts is the geometry of the part. In general, complex geometries require more design work and tooling time. Additionally, thicker walls require more material than thin ones, which raises the cost of the part.
The amount of plastic used in the mold is also a key factor. Injection molding requires large quantities of material, so parts that are larger will require a larger mold. Larger parts are also more complex, so these require more detailed molds. A mold maker will be able to advise you on how to design your part to cut down on costs.
The next major factor affecting the cost of injection molded parts is the material of the mold. Most injection molds are made of steel, but the type and grade of steel used is important. Additionally, tight tolerances require molds with virtually wear-free interior cavities. Hence, higher-grade steel is required.
Another factor affecting the cost of injection molded parts is the price of mold tools. Depending on the size and complexity of the part, the cost of molding tools can vary from $10,000 to several hundred thousand dollars. Injection molding tooling is an integral part of the entire process and can add up to a significant portion of the overall cost of the part.
Draft angles are another factor that affects the cost of injection molded parts. A draft is an important design element as it allows for easy part separation and removal from the mold. Without a draft, it would be very difficult to remove a part after injection.
China factory ISO9001 Custom Made ADC12 Aluminum Die Casting Housing   injection molding machine parts and functionsChina factory ISO9001 Custom Made ADC12 Aluminum Die Casting Housing   injection molding machine parts and functions
editor by CX 2024-03-25