SEMC Group Is A One Spot Shop For Your Industrial Machines Needs

SEMC Group Is A One Spot Shop For Your Industrial Machines Needs

Shanghai Electrical Machinery also known as SEMC Group, is China's top-ranked casting machines supplier. SEMC supplies different varieties of casting machines locally as well as internationally. Due to their attention to detail and precision of designs, they are regarded as renowned and top-rated casting machine suppliers. Their machines are reliable enough to deal with different metals, including the die-cast, a wide variety of metals with unmatched accuracy. Due to all these reasons, we have grown a widely encompassing growth in the market, nationally as well as internationally. 

Although the casting machines market generates enormous revenues, there is still very little known to people about the dos and don'ts of these machines. Apart from the SEMC group, there are lesser suppliers in China, which creates a financial deficit both ways. For instance, due to a lack of information on these machines, many businesses avoid investing in the casting business, which directly impacts the suppliers of these machines. 

This article will try to bridge the gap by educating the masses about the basics of Casting machines and how industries use the said process.

Have you wondered how metals are shaped into various shapes and forms in factories? If you think that blacksmiths do that, then hold your thoughts because they don't. The molding and shaping take place with the help of casting machines. Now you must wonder what exactly a casting machine is?

What is a Casting Machine?

Casting Machines are equipment used to shape and form molten metals into different shapes and designs with the help of a die. A casting machine is designed to transform liquid metals and give them desired shapes. It is most commonly used in significant forging industries to convert molten metals. For instance, casting machines include furnaces, ladles, tundishes, impression devices, clamping units, dies, and gating systems. 

What is Die Casting?

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Casting machines use die casting, a most typical form of casting that transforms mass-produced metal items. Die casting machines are categorized into two distinct types of machines, called hot and cold chambers. However, both are types of casting machines but slightly differ in their processing of metal.

Hot Chamber Casting Machines 

A hot chamber machine, also known as a gooseneck machine, is called so given its goose-like metal feeding chamber. It melts metals with low melting points. It consists of a furnace, a gooseneck tube, a plunger, and a part stable, part moving injection cylinder with a die-cast between these two parts. The hot chamber contains a hot chamber directly connected with the mold cavity and pressure chamber. The molten metal is constantly fed into the mold cavity, transforming it into the desired shape under high pressure. 

Cold Chamber Casting Machines 

Cold chamber casting machines are concerned. These deal with metals that are harder to liquefy and have higher melting points. Along with that, Cold casting is ideal for metals with corrosive properties like Aluminium. During this process, a metal is heated at a higher temperature in a furnace. Once it is liquified, it is transferred by a ladle, either manually or automatically, to the short sleeve of the cold chamber. Then, liquified metal is injected into the die, where it undergoes different processes to be transformed into desired shapes. 

What is a Casting Process?

Casting is a manufacturing process used by forging factories to shape molten metal into required shapes. This is done by pouring down the liquified hot metal in a mold cavity of a casting machine. The mold consists of a hollow cavity shaped like the structure of the desired structure. Once the hot metal is poured down into the cavity, it is treated with a high amount of pressure which results in attaining the required shape. Once the shape is achieved, it is left untreated to harden. After solidification, the workpiece is pulled out of the mold cavity and moved ahead for further finishing and polishing needs. 

What Kind of Casting Machines SEMC Group Supply?

At Shanghai Electrical Machinery Group, we deal with the supply of various types of casting machines. All our machines are well-efficient in use and come with thoroughly guided manuals to help businesses get started quickly. We deal with the following types of casting machines:

●       AC Motors

●       DC Motors

●       VHS Motors

●       Vertical Motors

●       Permanent Magnet Motors 

●       Rolling Mill Motor

●       Explosion Proof Motor

●       Induction Melting Furnace

●       Continuous Casting Machine

●       Rolling Mill 

Customers in China and worldwide source our equipment because of our high-quality manufactured machinery that benefits their businesses. We use innovative high-tech technology in our product production. 

What type of Industries Require Casting Machines?

Metal Casting Machines are essential for many industries, such as Agriculture, healthcare, and mining much more. If it weren't for these machines, then these products' role in our daily lives would be different altogether. 


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The mega-food industries depend on agriculture sectors for the manufacturing of different food ingredients and products. It is impossible to imagine a life without agricultural products. The machines used to cut crops on fields and further processing of it in the industries are only possible with the help of Casting Machines. It is due to that reason, using advanced machinery in crops and production is crucial. The typical examples of casting machines used in the said industry include:

●       Agricultural vehicle frames

●       Drums 

●       Cylinders

●       Gear Casing and Gears 

The above casting tools are essential in the smooth movement of agricultural vehicles. Without the use of casting machines, it is impossible to manufacture complex vehicle parts required in the assembling of the machines and vehicles used in agricultural industries. 


Defense and arms industries are like a backbone for ensuring the safety of any country and its people. When people's lives are at stake, it becomes important to manufacture arms that provide security from enemies' attacks and provide strong shields against enemies. Military vehicles, gear, and firearms must function properly, and that can only happen if they are adequately produced with high-quality metals. But can it all be possible without using casting machines? The answer is no. The reason is that these industries require advanced military weapons and ammunition. These solutions need to be developed from time to time because military technology keeps evolving, and to keep up with that, a constant supply of casting machines is required. 

Some of the common casting components used in ammunition industries include:

●       Joysticks for drone planes/UAVs

●       Gun triggers, hammers, and sights

●       Trigger guards

●       Pistol grips

●       Spare parts


The relationship between casting machines and cars dates back to the 1800s. Back in the time, cars used to be made from simple parts, but today, one vehicle almost consists of 3000 parts. When such a complex procedure is under operation, industries need machines to transform the designs from paper to reality, which can only happen with the use of casting machines. For instance, Engine blocks are integral to the functioning of vehicles, and if you look closer, you will find an array of complex-shaped metallic structures within. In order to make such structures, only casting machines can be trusted enough to do the job.