Balustrade Handrails Stainless Steel Glass Standoff For Stair Railing

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Die casting requires two large, moving non-ferrous metal parts that clamp together under high-pressure. Molten metal is injected into the die and the metal parts are separated once hardened.


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D1(mm)

L1(mm)

L2(mm)

Thread Type

Glass(mm)

Material

Finish

38,50

5

100,120,150

M8, M10, M12

8-16

Stainless steel

304/316/2205

Mirror/Satin/Powder Coating

38,50

10

100,120,150

M8, M10, M12

8-16

   

38,50

20

100,120,150

M8, M10, M12

8-16

   

38,50

30

100,120,150

M8, M10, M12

8-16

   

38,50

40

100,120,150

M8, M10, M12

8-16

   

38,50

50

100,120,150

M8, M10, M12

8-16

   

Die casting requires two large, moving non-ferrous metal parts that clamp together under high-pressure. Molten metal is injected into the die and the metal parts are separated once hardened.

The process of investment casting begins with filling a mold with wax. Once the wax hardens, it is coated multiple times in a ceramic material. This is heated until the wax melts and the ceramic mold remains. The mold is filled with molten metal, cooled, and then the ceramic material is broken off. 

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