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die casting

n (= article)Spritzguss m, → Spritzgussstück nt; (= process)Spritzgussverfahren nt
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IBEX's Magnesium castings, produced on their Horizontal Cold chamber Die cast machines, are the first commercial production of Magnesium castings in India.
For strength, the one piece housing and other components are aluminum die casts and extrusions.The inner mechanism also has die cast parts, adding to its precision and reliability.
Abstract: In this paper the radioscopic measurements of a die cast product the fuel filter (C4001469SE) support is investigated.
General Inspection LLC has recently installed a new computer-controlled missing internal thread detection instrument to a large die cast manufacturer in Kentucky.
Three lines of AC motors include die cast copper rotor and special stator designs for efficiency ratings that meet or exceed National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) standards to reduce energy costs.
The trend in many segments has been toward die casting, in part because when compared to many other processes, die cast parts can be produced very quickly with a low unit cost.
The North American Die Casting Association (NADCA) has introduced "Creating Value with Die Casting," a program offering OEMs free value analysis reviews at the manufacturer's location in order to help engineers and designers evaluate the potential for using die cast components.
The cage is a two-piece hybrid design that incorporates the strength of a die cast body with the required spring features of a stamped piece.
Line of standard injection, compression, and die cast mold bases, cavity-retainer sets, and mold plates.
* The use of aluminum for die cast makes it possible to attain complex designs and forms
The average person comes across dozens of die cast parts in their daily life without even being aware of it.
An analysis among ten manufacturers of die cast moulds shows that this is not yet the status quo in practice and emphasizes the need to develop new calculation systems.