Diecasting die design by Hiram Kenneth Barton

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Published by Machinery Publishing Co in Brighton .

Written in English

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Statementby H.K. Barton and L.C. Barton.
Series"Machinery". Standard reference series
ContributionsBarton, Lucy Clare.
The Physical Object
Pagination153p.,ill.,23cm
Number of Pages153
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Open LibraryOL17346488M

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Hot chamber machines are used primarily for zinc, magnesium, lead and other low melting point alloys that do not readily attack and erode metal pots, cylinders and plungers. The injection mechanism of a hot chamber machine is immersed in the molten metal bath of a metal holding furnace.

The furnace is attached to the machine [ ]. Casting Readings; 1. Kalpakjian, Chapt 11, 12 2. Booothroyd, “Design for Die Casting” 3.

Flemings “Heat Flow in Solidification” Note: a good heat transfer reference can be found byFile Size: 2MB. DIE CAVITY – The impression in a die into which pattern material is forced.

LADLE – Metal receptacle frequently lined with refractories used for transporting and pouring molten metal. GATE - The passage connecting a runner or overflow with a die cavity. GATE RUNNER - The runner in a die-casting die that is directly adjacent to the gate.

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Often, the die caster selected to produce a component part is an excellent source for information. Tooling for Die Casting. Figure A “unit” die casting die, like the one above, allows use of replaceable cavities in standardized main die frames for lower die costs.

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