An HPDC process involves forcing molten metal into a metal die cavity that is locked securely and held under high pressure until the metal get solidified into the desired shape. At CRP India, we manufacture aluminium and zinc high pressure die castings with the latest and most advanced technology.
We attribute our long-standing success in HDPC to our expertise in identifying and addressing process-related critical factors and variables. Thanks to our ultramodern high-pressure die casting technique, our company can produce castings and components in the range of 5gms to 6 kgs in weight.
CRP is powered by a team of expert engineers and industry specialists to design easy-to-manufacture and reliable components that match your project needs. We manufacture the castings with utmost precision and quality to ensure maximum quality, safety, and efficiency.
We are the pioneer in terms of adapting the new technologies and tool design is one of the key areas of our focus since beginning. Die casting mold and there by its design is the heart of the die casting process. We are one of the early adopters of CAD/CAM way back in 1989 when it was still in nascent stages. CRP developed its own CAM program to begin with and started to use customized versions of popular tools viz., DELCAM, Autodesk, Solid Works, etc., actively participating their evolution into state of the art applications today. Numeruos case studies have been presented by us international user conferences in this regard.
Two of the most critical processes in this field are die casting and machining of the castings. CRP has world class tools to optimize both these processes there by cutting the development time and potential process and product defects.
The flow simulation of the die casting process pre-empts the various product defects viz., flow defects, surface defects, porosity, shrinkage, etc.
It also ensures a sound casting, defects free, leak proof, failure free etc., depending on the specific product need.
This optimization is not a choice or chance at our development process but rather a standard methodology in the line of upfront tool design. Many of the complex products are iterated several times over and over before the tool development, and continued even after SOP for any improvements even if it is marginal.
We have a vast database of various alloys in vogue and capability to synthesis and use new materials that prop-up time to time.
We have done more than 1000s of iterations through over 500 product developments in the past decade.
Machining is a key value addition process for the die cast part and we have number of tools to optimize the machining process. This ensures a robust design of jigs and fixtures for holding and clamping, optimum cycle times and takt time. As the tool and machine databases are integrated into these tools, a process change from one machine to other can be done in minutes, giving manufacturing process a dependable flexibility.