pressofusioni - DIE CASTING - in leghe di ottone e bronzo - agipres
AGIPRES manufactures BRASS and BRONZE ALLOY DIE-CASTING PRODUCTS, with DIFFERENT WEIGHTS, which vary between 5 grams and 7 kilograms.

Areas of applicability:

• water systems
• water and sanitary systems
• water pumps
• fashion accessories
• nautical industry
• illumination
• funerary industry
• artistic field
• electric systems

To work in the field of die-casting means, on one hand to combine rough materials and design and on the other to aim for refined and meticulous finishings. The die-casting sector requires a high level of respect towards aesthetics and design. In order to obtain the best aesthetic result out of fusion and finishings (tumbling and abrasive blasting), AGIPRES puts a great deal of effort into the designing and the feasibility studying of the die-casting process.    .



1. The material is melted and thrown through one mold.
2. It is expected that the piece will cool and return to solid.
3. The mold is opened.
4. The piece is finished by removing dents and deburring and smashing the corners.

The cast metal is injected high pressure into a metal mold without a pattern: the metal is cast in a form consisting of two semi-pressurized metal molds.
To ensure the cooling of the piece, there is a fluid circulation system inside the mold. Once the piece is solidified and cooled, the presses open the two molds so that it can be picked up.

Die-casting can be divided into:
- Hot chamber pressed = the molten metal tank is inserted into a furnace.
- Cold chamber die casting = Metal reservoir is a simple cavity not controlled temperature.