Die Cast Zinc Alloy Properties

Die Cast Zinc Alloy Properties See Design with Zinc sheet – We would like to have this information available to view on the web page, but we also see a need to have a link to download pdf or some way to print this information. Zamak No. 3 The most widely used zinc alloy is…

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Die Casting News

CLICK TO VIEW  CURRENT AND PAST DECO E-NEWSLETTERS Deco News – Tariff Update May 2019 (PDF Version) (Web Version) Deco News – March 2019 (PDF Version) (Web Version) Deco News – October 2018 (PDF Version) (Web Version) Deco News – December 2017 (PDF Version) (Web Version) Deco News – April 2017 (PDF Version) (Web Version)

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Deco exhibits at various trade shows

Trade Show Schedule

Deco exhibits at a variety of trade shows throughout the year. Deco will be exhibiting at the following Design2Part Shows: Minneapolis, MN June 6 and 7, 2018 – Minneapolis Convention Center Raleigh, NC October 10 and 11, 2018 – Raleigh Convention Center St. Charles, MO November 14 and 15, 2018 – St. Charles Convention Center Deco…

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The DECO Advantage

This guide serves to help designers and material specifiers to better understand the capabilities of zinc casting alloys for product applications. What is the Deco Advantage? Zinc casting alloys are versatile engineering materials. As a result, no other alloy system provides the combination of strength, toughness, rigidity, bearing performance, and economical castability. Listed are zinc alloy attributes which can reduce component costs.…

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thermal imaging

Thermal Imaging

Deco has recently purchased a new Fluke Ti Series Thermal Camera. Obtaining a specific die temperature can be critical in casting a good quality part. However, this ideal die temperature can be hard to achieve due to variability in production. Prior to purchasing the Fluke, we relied upon a temperature probe much like the rest…

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innovative design, simulation

Mold Flow Simulation Modeling

One of the great mysteries of die casting is, “What is happening inside the mold?” First of all, within a few milliseconds, a rush of molten metal is thrust into the mold cavity. It splashes on walls and cores, cools faster in some areas, and slower in others. It pressurizes the remaining air in the…

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