Fig. 12 – Horizontal pressure die caster with tooling for rotor casting in closed position

Fig. 12 – Horizontal pressure die caster with tooling for rotor casting in closed position. The arbor (dark blue) and the steel rotor laminations (dark gray are shown in the insert and in position in the machine. Copper from the shot sleeve biscuit, runner bar and end rings is shown in yellow. The nickel alloy and ring inserts are shown in medium blue with electrical resistance heater elements in red. These are backed with insulation (pink) as are the runner inserts, which would be nickel alloy or tungsten. Red circles here indicate heater positions. The moveable slide to allow insertion and removal of the rotor is shown in green. Ordinary steel backing plate of the master mold set are shown in light gray. (Courtesy of DieTec,GmbH).

Fig. 12 – Horizontal pressure die caster with tooling for rotor casting in closed position. The arbor (dark blue) and the steel rotor laminations (dark gray are shown in the insert and in position in the machine. Copper from the shot sleeve biscuit, runner bar and end rings is
shown in yellow. The nickel alloy and ring inserts are shown in medium blue with electrical resistance heater elements in red. These are
backed with insulation (pink) as are the runner inserts, which would be nickel alloy or tungsten. Red circles here indicate heater positions.
The moveable slide to allow insertion and removal of the rotor is shown in green. Ordinary steel backing plate of the master mold set
are shown in light gray. (Courtesy of DieTec,GmbH).

Fig. 12 – Horizontal pressure die caster with tooling for rotor casting in closed position. The arbor (dark blue) and the steel rotor laminations (dark gray are shown in the insert and in position in the machine. Copper from the shot sleeve biscuit, runner bar and end rings is
shown in yellow. The nickel alloy and ring inserts are shown in medium blue with electrical resistance heater elements in red. These are
backed with insulation (pink) as are the runner inserts, which would be nickel alloy or tungsten. Red circles here indicate heater positions.
The moveable slide to allow insertion and removal of the rotor is shown in green. Ordinary steel backing plate of the master mold set
are shown in light gray. (Courtesy of DieTec,GmbH).

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