What is parting line in casting?
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In this regard, how do you choose a parting line for casting?
To attain the parting line, the corners of the castings are projected perpendicular to the plane in the parting direction. Also, the outermost boundary's perimeter is considered overlooking the innermost sections of the projected corners.
Subsequently, question is, why is it preferred to locate a parting line on a sharp corner? The location of the parting line can affect both. First of all, the location of the parting line determines the direction of mold opening and, consequently, the direction in which features must be drafted for easy ejection. We recommend placing the parting line on a sharp edge.
Accordingly, what is parting line in injection molding?
A 'parting line' is the line of separation on the plastic part where the two halves of the plastic injection mold meet. The line actually indicates the parting 'plane' that passes through the part.
What is pressure die casting?
Pressure die casting is a quick, reliable and cost-effective manufacturing process for production of high volume, metal components that are net-shaped have tight tolerances. Basically, the pressure die casting process consists of injecting under high pressure a molten metal alloy into a steel mold (or tool).