Die Casting is the process of developing an item in bulk to maximize the profit margin. The molten metal is poured in the already created mould cavity and then let it dry and takes shape. The mould is not made when the production requirement is less, as that may incur a burden. Anything that we see around is made of die casting, which is then polished and conditioned to look good. There are basically two types of die casting which are practiced by the EKO Industries which is one of the most trusted brands in Singapore for supplying quality materials at a very reasonable price.
The main difference between Hot and cold chamber pressure die casting is the type of the metal used in the process. If the metal used is of high melting point and possesses corrosive characteristics, it will undergo the Cold Chamber process and for metals with lower melting points, the hot chamber process is followed. The most important point of concern making die cast products is the quality and finish of the end product. The strength of the joints is mostly related to the mould used and the type of casting undertaken. If hot chamber die casting is performed on low melting point metals and vice versa, the end result would be devastating.
Quality of raw material used
The raw material plays a pivotal role in determining the overall quality of the product. If the raw material is not up to the mark and has a lot of impurities, it is surely going to mess things up and inadvertently drown the name of the much renowned EKO Industries. Due to increase in market competition, they are making a lot of changes in the process of development and also bringing in new technologies to produce and deliver larger orders in less time.