Zinc alloy die casting is a highly efficient production process that produces metal parts with high quality and precision. In the zinc alloy die casting process, filling is a very important part, which determines the quality and performance of the casting.

In the filling process, need to determine the die casting parameters, including die casting pressure, mold temperature, alloy temperature and so on. These parameters have an important influence on the filling effect, if not set properly, it may lead to poor filling and affect the quality of castings.

Also need to pay attention to the design and arrangement of the sprue. The sprue is the channel through which the zinc alloy enters the mold, and its design and arrangement also have an important influence on the filling effect. If the design of the sprue is not reasonable, it may lead to uneven flow of zinc alloy and produce defects such as air holes and shrinkage holes.

The fluidity of the alloy has to be considered. The fluidity of the zinc alloy also has an important effect on the filling effect. If the fluidity of the alloy is not good, it may lead to underfilling and make the casting defective. Therefore, the selection of zinc alloy needs to be considered according to its fluidity, shrinkage and other factors.

In the filling process, also need to optimize the design of the mold. The mold is an important part of the zinc alloy die casting process, and its structure, shape, size and other factors also have an important impact on the filling effect. Therefore, it is necessary to optimize the design of the mold to facilitate the filling and flow of zinc alloy.

In the zinc alloy die casting process, filling is a very important part. In order to ensure the quality and performance of the castings, it is necessary to reasonably set the die casting parameters, optimize the design of the sprue, choose the right alloy and optimize the design of the mold. Only in this way can we produce high-quality and high-precision metal parts.