ALUMINUM HIGH PRESSURE DIE CASTING and MOLDING
Aluminium high pressure die casting, which features the process of injecting aluminium material into a mould under high pressure, is another way of describing the pouring of aluminium material into the spaces within the mould. Despite the fact that the process appears consist simply of aluminium poured into a mould, much preparation and preliminary work is required prior to implementation of this process. To illustrate this, the first phase initiated is a 2D or 3D model of the product to be produced at the R&D and Project phase.
Next, prototypes of the designed model are created in the Moulding Room. After selecting the correct materials, the process continues with the Melting of the Aluminium delivered at high temperatures culminating at the casting furnaces. After CNC processing as well as Other Surface Treatments, the process concludes with the final product testing for consistency and durability. The Kalkancı Die Casting Moulding team has the ability to execute the entire process in-house, providing a turnkey service to our valued customers.
Here at KALKANCI, we are able to provide services to different sectors for Aluminium High Pressure Casting and we are constantly developing and improving our systems at our own on-site R&D Laboratory. We are particularly confident and proud of our ability to produce impeccable works at our Moulding Room, ensuring that our choice of materials, which is the most important element of successful production, is meticulous. In addition, we can provide Melting, Casting, CNC processing and other Surface Treatments professionally within our existing infrastructure.
Kalkancı Die Casting Moulding has the capacity to offer services to different sectors in Aluminium High Pressure Casting moulds. Providing services in different areas has advantages and it also increases the responsibility taken for quality and control. Our in-house Quality and Inspection phases are applied as follows: X-Ray Inspection Compression Test, Materials Analysis, Surface Roughness Test, Microscopic Inspection, CMMMeasurement and Gauge/Visual Inspection.