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Process

Vertically Integrated System from Die Design and Fabrication through Casting, Machining and Final Assembly

Die casting means technologies and products instantly created when molten metal such as aluminum alloy is poured into a precision die at high speed and under high pressure. Ryobi is a world leader in this field, based on a proprietary vertically integrated system from die design and fabrication through casting, machining and final assembly.
1. DIE DESIGN
Manufacture of die cast products begins with the design of the die. Die designers, die engineers and casting engineers collaborate to decide on best procedures, the design being completed quickly and accurately by computer.
2. DIE FABRICATION
Based on the design blueprint, state-of-the-art machine tools and proprietary technologies are used to create the highly precise die.
3. CASTING
The die is placed in the die casting machine, and molten alloy fed in at high speed and under high pressure, instantaneously creating the die casting.
4. MACHINING AND FINAL ASSEMBLY
This is then machined, surface treated and assembled according to customer requirements.
5. QUALITY INSPECTION
Precision testing is conducted at each processing stage, including the 3-D measurement of the product's dimensions, allied with X-ray and strength testing.