Die-casting: The Die-casting Process and Its Application in Modern Manufacture, Die-casting Machines, Design of Different Types of Dies, Composition and Properties of Die-casting Alloys, and the Die-casting of Zinc, Aluminum, Brass, Other Non-ferrous Alloys, and Cast Iron
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actuated alloys aluminum aluminum bronze applied attached to plate automatic bars mounted block bracket brass die-casting cam path cam slots cam-blocks carburetor cast iron casting operation casting position cavity cent chine closed combination bars cooling core H core-holders crucible cylinder degrees F die-blocks die-casting machine die-casting process die-cavity die-plate ejecting the casting ejector ejector-pins face fastened flange force the metal formed furnace gate gooseneck heat-treated holder horizontally illustrated in Fig inch in diameter inches long inserts Madison-Kipp magnesium mechanism melting point melting pot metal is forced molten metal movable and stationary movement moving cores multiple-cavity nozzle opening stroke pieces pinion shaft pins plunger Polak pounds per square pressure produced pulled rods rollers attached sand castings shot shown in Fig side sleeve slide G sliding cores sprue spur-gear square inch stationary member steel swiveled temperature tensile strength threads tion tionary valve vertical withdrawn zinc