Engineering Database
                                     Zinc Diecasting Alloys

 

Zinc DieCasting Engineering Database - PRESENTATION

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This comprehensive and up to date Engineering Database for the hot chamber zinc die casting alloys is designed to help Specifiers and Designers to realize their project in the most efficient way by combining the precision and the cost-effectiveness of the die casting process with the exceptional mechanical and physical properties of zinc alloys.

This DB is set up, catalogued and organized in such a way that it allows the use of a dedicated search engine to retrieve the existing pertinent information gathered not only from the available open literature but also from private communication of die casting specialists.

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CONTENTS

  • INTRODUCTION
  • ZINC DIECASTING ALLOYS
    • Zinc Alloy Specifications
    • Mechanical Properties
    • Physical Properties
    • Corrosion Properties
    • Environmental Attributes
    • Comparison with Alternative Materials
    • Selecting the Best Zinc Alloy for the Job
  • DESIGN
    • General Comments
    • Design Rules
    • Stress And Strain
    • Enabling Net Shape Casting
    • Aesthetics
    • Tooling Implications
    • Maximising Value
  • SPECIFYING QUALITY REQUIREMENTS
  • MACHINING
    • General Comments
    • Cutting Fluids
    • Cutting Tools
    • Drilling
    • Tapping
    • Reaming
    • Turning
    • Spot and Other Facing
    • Milling
    • Grinding
    • Broaching
    • Spinning
    • Bore Sizing (Ballizing)
    • Coining
  • JOINING
    • General Comments
    • Bolting
    • Riveting
    • Crimping
    • Staking
    • Swaging
    • Spring Clips
    • Driven Studs
    • Interference Fits
    • Adhesives
    • Soldering
    • Welding
  • FINISHING
    • General Comments
    • Selecting the best finish
    • As Cast Finishes
    • Shot Blasting
    • Finishes
    • Passivating
    • Polishing And Plating
    • Electropainting
    • Powder Coating
    • Wet Painting
    • Zinc Diecasting Cleaning Solution
  • PROTOTYPES
    • General Comments
    • Prototyping Methods Available
    • Prototyping Alloys
    • Choosing The Most Suitable Method and Alloy
  • TESTING
    • General Comments
    • Strength Testing
    • Corrosion Resistance Tests
    • Wear Resistance Testing
  • ECONOMICS
    • General Comments
    • Material
    • Tooling
    • Casting
    • Trimming
    • Machining
    • Surface Finishing
    • Packaging for Delivery
    • Assembly
    • Economic Quantities
  • GLOSSARY
  • REFERENCES

 

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