How to Print Aluminum Injection Molding?

How to Print Aluminum Injection Molding?

As Regnum, we use the aluminum injection printing method in the production of high quality furniture legs. This method allows us to obtain precise and durable products. We would like to explain in detail how aluminum injection printing is done and the advantages of this process.

1. Design and Mold Preparation

Design Process: The aluminum injection printing process starts with a detailed design process. Using CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software, digital models of the products are created. These models include the details to be used in mold production and maximize the functionality and aesthetics of the product.

Mold Preparation: After the design phase, injection printing molds are prepared. The molds are made of high quality steel and precisely machined with CNC machines. The smoothness and accuracy of the molds directly affect the quality of the final product.

2. Preparation of Aluminum Alloy

Material Selection: The alloy to be used in aluminum injection printing is carefully selected. Aluminum is preferred because it is a light and durable material. The correct composition of the alloy increases the mechanical properties and durability of the product.

Melting: The selected aluminum alloy is melted in special furnaces. This process turns the aluminum into a liquid and makes it ready for injection.

3. Injection Printing Process

Injection: Liquid aluminum is injected into the mold under high pressure. This pressure ensures that the aluminum reaches every corner of the mold and is shaped in detail. The injection process makes it possible to produce the product quickly and accurately.

Cooling and Solidification: The injected aluminum cools and solidifies rapidly inside the mold. The cooling system ensures that this process takes place in a controlled manner and improves the surface quality of the product.

4. Product Extraction and Finishing

Unmolding After the cooling process is complete, the mold is opened and the product is carefully removed. At this stage, special equipment is used to remove the product from the mold without damage.

Final Processing: The demolded products are subjected to additional processes if necessary. These include steps such as surface cleaning, polishing and painting. Finishing processes complete the aesthetic appearance and functionality of the product.

5. Quality Control

Testing and Control: At the end of the production process, products are subjected to various tests. These tests are conducted to check the durability, functionality and design accuracy of the products.

Quality Assurance: As Regnum, it is our priority to ensure high quality standards in every product. For this reason, quality controls are meticulously carried out at every stage of the production process and we offer the best products to our customers.

As Regnum, we make a difference in the sector with the furniture legs we produce with aluminum injection printing method. You can visit our website to get more information about our products and contact us to use them in your projects.

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