New solutions appear in different sectors every day. One of them is 3D printing for the manufacturing industry. Today, we’d like to compare die casting, which we already described in one of our previous blogs, to a cutting-edge solution, 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing. What are the benefits of each manufacturing method? What are the differences? How to choose the best solution for your project? We’re answering these questions in this blog.
What’s the use of a house that was custom-built for you, but you can’t get inside because no one gave you the keys? The same is true for die casting because it is more than just pressing liquid metal into a mould under high pressure. This process includes several stages, from design to actual use. That’s why it’s crucial to know what will happen after your part is cast and what options you have as a customer. Today, we’re looking into several finishing options.
One of the many benefits of die casting is the longevity of its metal alloys. These commonly used alloys for die casts are strong and bear long service lives.
By offering endless possibilities for components and shapes in an efficient process, die casting is a clear winner among manufacturing techniques. But what about its cost efficiency?
Besides its economic benefits, time efficiency, and general reliability, there is another excellent argument to opt for die casting over other metal casting methods: the comparatively low environmental impact.
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Die Casting is one of the most cost-effective and versatile manufacturing processes in the world. From durable mechanical parts for household use to complex geometrical parts for medical equipment, this precision process provides you with a part of the desired shape with incredible dimensional accuracy.
The die casting process has been researched and systematically quantified in the last few years.
Continuing advances in die-cast processing and control technologies have helped die casters to achieve high levels of precision in the last few years. Also, the production capabilities of the die casters have increased multifold.
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