We Sankalp Technologies are leading manufacturers, suppliers of PDC Dies in Pune, Delhi, Bangalore, India. Pressure Die Casting Dies are high-precision, low-temperature dies created to allow for the production of a wide range of precision parts. These dies are suitable for producing intricate, highly accurate castings in a variety of materials, including aluminium, copper and zinc.
We Sankalp Technologies are leading manufacturers, suppliers of PDC Dies in Pune, Delhi, and Bangalore, India. PDC Dies is the perfect tool for your business. Whether you are a craftsperson, design studio, engineering firm, fabricator, or a manufacturer of one-of-a-kind products that demand low production volumes, this die is the best way to get your parts made.
We Sankalp Technologies are leading manufacturers, suppliers of PDC Dies in Pune, Delhi, and Bangalore, India. Get your Pressure Die Casting(PDC) Dies from Sankalp Technologies. Our dies are used for a variety of industrial purposes, and we offer many different types for a wide variety of materials commonly used in die casters, such as aluminium, brass, copper and more.
We have designed a range of dies for many industries, and we are proud to offer two types of dies to our clients. Our premium cast bullet die is made from the highest quality materials, and our affordable stamped die is made with more cost-effective materials.
We Sankalp Technologies are leading manufacturers, suppliers of PDC Dies in Pune, Delhi, and Bangalore, India. The latest technology in the die casting industry, these dies is designed with a multi-stage surface finish that provides high accuracy and repeatable results. With accurate inner part dimensions, these dies are the perfect choice for moulders and foundry work. Achieve unmatched quality and a decrease in manufacturing costs with pressure die casting dies. Our precision is unmatched, accuracy is increased, and you can produce low-cost, high-quality parts with unparalleled speed.
Get started with your first pressure die casting/PDC project! Our dies are perfect for decorative pieces, and our step-by-step process will give you everything you need to create a chain and a pendant. As the most popular process for metal die casting, pressure die casting often is the preferred approach when high precision, low cost, and good quality are required. Our PDC Dies are a tool for controlling the pressure that is applied to a mould to create a desired shape from molten metal.
Our PDC Dies are made from the highest grade metal, hardened and undergo a process of cold-working and pressure die casting to give a final product that lends itself to high-performance, long life, and durability. We Sankalp Technologies are leading manufacturers, suppliers of PDC Dies in Pune, Delhi, Bangalore, India. The process begins with a metal alloy or casting material that is melted in a pressure die casting machine. The molten metal is heated to a benign temperature and forced into an empty mold or cavity. As the liquid metal cools, the formed part is ejected from the machine, leaving the mold to be reused for future castings. These dies are small, lightweight and composite. They are ideal for creating cast components, and come in a variety of shapes for use in a wide range of materials. PDC Dies are a key component of the die casting process. Their size, shape, and number determine the shape of the casting. In addition to their functional significance, dies have an aesthetic or ornamental value that goes beyond functional requirements. Pressure Die Casting(PDC) Dies is an established name in this industry for supplying supreme quality dies cast for aerospace and auto industries.
We Sankalp Technologies are leading manufacturers, suppliers of PDC Dies in Pune, Delhi, Bangalore, India. It is a perfect way to produce a cast component that is cheaper and with more detailed control than possible through other methods of casting. They are made of hardened tool steel and are precision ground to create a symmetrical and concentric bore. This is achieved by placing the part to be cast into the die, and then applying pressure by mechanical means. Using this process, a large number of identical parts can be cast in a short space of time.