Magnesium is the lightest building material and offers very good damping properties, weldability and excellent protection against electromagnetic interference, and the supply is unlimited. MD has been an excellent material for the manufacture of telecommunication devices and portable electronic devices such as players, mobile phones, portable video cameras and chassis, automobile transmission boxes, automobile wheels and engine blocks, and automotive and aerospace equipment. The most common methods of producing Magnesium machining parts are pressure casting and tacos casting. However, these casting processes provide a material yield of only 30% for thin-wall casting and can only produce thin walls between 0.7 mm and 1.2 mm.
If we can create magnesium parts from sheets
Such as perforated steel and aluminum parts, we can achieve approximately 80% higher material yields and work more safely, possibly due to lower processing temperatures. However, magnesium is known to be not malleable as it is very resistant to deformation due to its tight-fitting hexagonal structure. The only way is to heat the magnesium from the magnesium, because the deformation of the magnesium above 225 degrees Celsius makes the additional gliders work.
Extensive process research in this area has resulted in some commercially available deep drawing hydraulic presses for stretch forming. Recently, research on hot-drawn magnesium for the manufacture of mobile phone frames has successfully demonstrated that walls as thin as 0.4 mm can be achieved on a consistent basis. Metallographic tests of the chassis also showed no porosity and increased stiffness.
Although current thermoforming press systems are complex to operate
And require pre-production of impact and force profiles for specific products using data acquisition modules and mold simulation software, a substitution may be possible. The increasing use of aluminum and magnesium-containing plastics for portable electronics is accelerating this process. The first progressive users of this technology will have the advantage of being a pioneer in the competitive global manufacturing industry.
Advanced machinery and years of experience in processing light metals (magnesium and aluminum) enable us to serve many industries, including the automotive and aerospace industries. By cooperating with companies at home and abroad as a reliable partner, we constantly increase our production capacity and production capacity, adapt to the latest development trends and the needs of cars, windows and moldings. Using professional CAD/CAM and machine tools, we are able to produce non-standard parts with very complex geometries in a very short time (rapid prototyping) according to the technical documentation provided by the customer.
We have extensive experience in processing magnesium alloys.
Water-based cutting fluids can be used to effectively eliminate scale build-up and minimize the risk of chip ignition. Water reacts with magnesium to produce hydrogen, which is flammable and potentially explosive when mixed with air. This study was conducted to estimate the amount of hydrogen gas produced in a typical machining process. Air containing more than 4% hydrogen by volume is potentially flammable and can be ignited by sparks or static electricity. To facilitate this study, a test method has been developed to measure hydrogen production. The results of this study show that the amount of hydrogen produced is relatively small. Part of the research was done to arrive at a safe method for storing and transporting wet magnesium shavings.