Designing and productionsahandazarin2021-10-16T05:29:49+00:00
Designing and production
On this era, casting is required in various fields and has many applications in industry, art, technology and etc. The casting process is one of the oldest sciences and is 7,000 years old. Now, with the advancement of technology and the creation of different methods, casting process leads to the best results ever. The desired part must be designed by the designers and then enter the process of production.
Stages of Casting process:
Preparation of casting mold
Preparation of molten material
Pouring the molten material into the prepared mold
Cooling the molten material inside the mold
Removing the pieces from the mold
Grinding and removal of burrs
The most important stage in producing custom-made parts is manufacturing the mold.
Inside the casting molds, a pore is made in the form of the required customized piece. Basically, these molds are larger than the piece to allow the molten material to shrink during the freezing and cooling process. Casting molds are made in different ways and with different materials such as sand, gypsum, paraffin, polystyrene, metal, etc. Casting molds are generally divided into two types of disposable and permanent ones.
Casting in disposable molds:
These molds, as the name implies, disappear after a single casting process. Sand molds are one of the most widely used molds in this category.
Casting in permanent molds:
These molds do not have the property of expansion, they are made of metal and as the name suggests, they are not damaged after casting and removing the product from the mold, and can be reused many times
Design and production of custom parts is done in different ways:
Types of casting molds:
Casting with consumable molds
Casting with consumable polystyrene molds
Casting with gypsum and ceramic molds
Casting method is determined by experienced technicians according to the required part, material used, required number and many other factors.
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