01 TOOLING DESIGN
Our highly experience engineers focus on computer aided engineering (CAE) to produce tooling.
Pro/E and Pro/M to ensure accuracy for customers’ products’ design, tooling design, and manufacture.
We use casting process simulation to predict how the die will fill, solidify, and cool, reducing the risk of defective parts.
We are trying to learn more new design die casting technology to optimize the casting process and retain the products Design features while reducing costs.
02 ALUMINUM DIE CASTING PRODUCTION
Die casting process is that aluminum liquid pushed by the high pressure quickly pressed into the mold cavity , after cooling and solidification to form the casting. It is the process of unifying the pressure, speed, and time using three major elements: machine, mold, and alloy.
Hanway has seven advanced 180-500 Tons cold chamber die-casting machines, all equipped with full automatic-spray, extractor, ladder, conveyor and trim die machines. Intelligent online PPS technology help to monitor machine’s performance to ensure the stability of the quality.
Hanway focus on 6 primary aluminum die casting alloys at nomal and has the capacity and capability to add other alloys per our customers' requirements.
ANSI A380, A360, A356
EURO EN47100 EN44100
03 SECONDARY PROCESSING
Punch Hydraulic press
Blasting Automatic die casting machining
Tumbling CNC Grinding
Automatic Tapping Multi-axis machining
NC machining CNC Machining
More and more CNC are used in the secondary processing to meet high accuracy, and even replace traditional manual deburring processes. However, the cost saving of the automated improvement on traditional equipment is effectively offset by the group CNC processing used to cope with the rapid growth of labor costs.
04 FINISH TREATMENT
External surface finishes are applied to products if the parts require a decorative finish or corrosion resistance.
Engineers will select the best tooling and process design to meet surfaces requirements of die castings are three grades:
A. No cosmetic requirements. Some surface imperfections are acceptable.
· Anodize (non-decorative) · Chromate (yellow—clear)
B Surface imperfections that can be removed by spot polishing or can be covered by heavy paint are acceptable.
· Lacquers Enamels Plating (Al)
· Chemical Finish Polished Finish
C. Slight surface imperfections that can be removed by agreed-upon means are acceptable.
· Powder coating