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Model No.: SVI-112
Certification: ISO 9001:2000
Dimension: As Per Drawing/order
Standard: ASTM, ASME, DIN, JIS, ISO, BS, API, EN
Finishing Surface: Machined Surface With Tectyl891, Other Surface Wit
Supply Chain Process: PPAP V
Mould Time: 15-20days
Material: Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, Aluminum Alloy, Zinc A
Application: Automotive & Transportation Parts; Fitness Equipme
Processing: Sand Casting
Casting Aluminum Parts: Casting Aluminum Machining Part
Packaging: Export cartons, pallets, wooden cases, Polybags or as per client's request
Productivity: 50000pcs per month
Place of Origin: china mainland(zhejiang)
Supply Ability: 50000pcs per month
The third step: to allow the pattern to be removed. This is done by screwing a bar with a threaded end into a suitable insert in the pattern, damping the sand around the pattern, and gently rapping the bar in all directions so that the pattern can be carefully withdraw. To ficilitate the removal of the pattern without scuffing the sides of the impression, all sufaces that lie in the direction of pattern removal are inclined slightly by a small amount (the draw angle).
A groove called a gate is cut in the sand face to allow the channel produced by the plug that is outside the pattern to connect with the impression. The metal is poured through this channel (called the runner), and the gate prevent it from dropping straight into the impression and damaging it. The cross-section of the gate is slightly smaller than that of channel so that a full runner will always supply metal to the gate at a slight pressure.
Production and equipment:
•pipeline production equipment
(big horizontal CNC boring and Milling Machine, large CNC Machining center, high-precision boring machine, CNC horizontal machining centers, CNC lathes, large planer milling machines, grinding machines, drilling machines, tuning machines, die Casting machines, forging machines, punching machines, cutting machines, bending machines , plasma cutting machine, and other peripheral equipment, including three coordinates measuring instrument, projectors, optical instrument, hardness tester, gas tightness tester, roughness tester UT tester and other testing equipment)
•bending press equipment
•CNC plasma cutting equipment
•advanced paint room and equipment
Fast mold making processes
With the fast development of the car and machine building industry the casting consuming areas called for steady higher productivity. The basic process stages of the mechanical molding and casting process are similar to those described under the manual Sand Casting process. The technical and mental development however was so rapid and profound that the character of the sand casting process changed radically.
Mechanized sand molding
The first mechanized molding lines consisted of sand slingers and/or jolt-squeeze devices that compacted the sand in the flasks. Subsequent mold handling was mechanical using cranes, hoists and straps. After core setting the copes and drags were coupled using guide pins and clamped for closer accuracy. The molds were manually pushed off on a roller conveyor for casting and cooling.
Automatic high pressure sand molding lines
Increasing quality requirements made it necessary to increase the mold stability by applying steadily higher squeeze pressure and modern compaction methods for the sand in the flasks. In early fifties the high pressure molding was developed and applied in mechanical and later automatic flask lines. The first lines were using jolting and vibrations to pre-compact the sand in the flasks and compressed air powered pistons to compact the molds.
Horizontal sand flask molding
In the first automatic horizontal flask lines the sand was shot or slung down on the pattern in a flask and squeezed with hydraulic pressure of up to 140 bars. The subsequent mold handling including turn-over, assembling, pushing-out on a conveyor were accomplished either manually or automatically. In the late fifties hydraulically powered pistons or multi-piston systems were used for the sand compaction in the flasks. This method produced much more stable and accurate molds than it was possible manually or pneumatically. In the late sixties mold compaction by fast air pressure or gas pressure drop over the pre-compacted sand mold was developed (sand-impulse and gas-impact). The general working principle for most of the horizontal flask line systems is shown on the sketch below.
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