Remnants of zinc-based alloy components produced through die casting, commonly found in automotive parts, toys, and hardware. Valued for its low melting point, dimensional accuracy, and recyclability in manufacturing processes.
Zinc diecast refers to a process and the resulting products created by injecting molten zinc alloy into a mold under high pressure. The process is known as die casting and is used to manufacture complex, detailed, and accurate metal components.
Zinc diecast products are made from zinc alloys, typically Zamak, which is a popular family of zinc alloys known for its excellent properties. These properties include high precision, dimensional stability, good mechanical strength, corrosion resistance, and the ability to create thin-walled components.
The zinc diecast process involves melting the zinc alloy and injecting it into a mold cavity under high pressure. The molten metal quickly solidifies, taking the shape of the mold. Once solidified, the component is removed from the mold and can undergo further finishing operations such as machining or surface treatments.
Zinc diecast products find applications in various industries, including automotive, electronics, consumer goods, and more. They are used for manufacturing components such as automotive parts, electronic enclosures, household appliances, and decorative items.
Zinc diecast offers an efficient and cost-effective method for producing intricate and durable metal components with tight tolerances and excellent surface finishes. It is a widely utilized process in industries that require high-quality and complex metal parts.