Forktip Casting factory share what is casting


Forktip Casting factory believes that castings are metal forming objects obtained by various casting methods, that is, the smelted liquid metal is poured into a pre-prepared casting mold by pouring, injection, suction or other casting methods, and it is ground after cooling. After subsequent processing means, the obtained object has a certain shape, size and performance.

Forktip Casting factory

Forktip Casting factory feels that casting application has a long history. Ancient people used castings for making and some daily utensils. In modern times, castings are mainly used as blanks for machine parts, and some precision castings can also be directly used as machine parts. Castings account for a large proportion of mechanical products. For example, in tractors, the weight of castings accounts for about 50-70% of the weight of the whole machine, 40-70% in agricultural machinery, and 70-90% in machine tools and internal combustion engines. Forktip Casting factory reminds that among all kinds of castings, mechanical castings have the most varieties, the most complex shapes and the largest amount, accounting for about 60% of the total casting output. Followed by ingot molds for metallurgy and pipes for engineering, as well as some tools in life.

Forktip Casting factory believes that castings are also closely related to daily life. For example, frequently used door handles, door locks, radiators, upper and lower water pipes, iron pots, gas stove racks, irons, etc. are all castings.