Since the service life of aluminum die-casting molds will be affected by many factors during the use process, in order to make the aluminum die-casting molds better, we need to understand the working conditions of the aluminum die-casting molds.
Although the steel used to make die-casting molds can withstand high temperatures, erosion resistance, heat fatigue, and temperature changes in alternating cold and heat. This is compared with general die steel. However, for the heat-resistant die steel itself, after all, poor working conditions will affect the service life of the die. Therefore, the higher the melting temperature of the material, the more it will affect the service life of the mold. A set of die-casting molds can generally die-cast tens of thousands of pieces, especially for products with strict product size requirements.