What are the types of alloy die casting production systems?

What are the types of alloy die casting production systems?

04 Mar 2021

As a common metal part in our lives, die casting is very common in our lives. Today, we will explain to you what kind of organization is produced by die casting of aluminum-magnesium alloy? Let us explain to you!

1. Mass production type:

Mass production enterprises, such as automobile and motorcycle factories, have large output, few casting varieties, or relatively stable orders for a period of time. The production plan of other products is mainly to reasonably determine the average daily output of each quarter and month. Generally speaking, tasks are distributed evenly throughout the year, and the average daily output of each season and month is equal or roughly equal; or the method of gradual increase is adopted, that is, the average daily output of different periods increases.

In mass production enterprises, there are many types of die casting, including long-term products and short-term products. For long-term products, the production method of long-term products should be as detailed as possible. These products can be arranged every month or most months of the year to maintain the stability of production. For short-term products, appropriate arrangements shall be made according to the quantity and delivery time, and the varieties of the same period shall be minimized.

2. Compilation method of rolling production plan

Under the conditions of a market economy, in order to adapt to market changes, enterprises should actively adjust production plans, revise plans in time, and enhance the adaptability of production plans. At this time, the production plan can take the form of a rolling production plan. The planning method is to divide the entire plan into several time periods. For example, the annual plan is quarterly, the quarterly plan is monthly, and the monthly plan is weekly. The rolling time is a quarter, a month, and a week. Take the quarterly plan as an example. It has three time periods. The plan is required to be specific and the production proceeds as planned. The plan for this period is the implementation plan. The second and third months are the second and third months. The plan for the second month is the preparation plan, and the plan for the third month is the schedule plan. The plans for these two periods are relatively rough.