Study focusing on the dynamics of the crystallizer hydraulic non-sinusoidal vibration system in the bullet caster crystallizer, which is employed in an electric furnace factory, is introduced. With respect to construct a mathematical model of continuous casting crystallizer hydraulic vibration system, a power band graph method is applied. With the utilization of this method, a process of modeling and evaluating the performance of the hydraulic cylinder, electric-hydraulic servo and sensor system is conducted. The system is also analyzed and simulated by MATLAB/SIMULINK. In our experiment, the performance of the crystallizer non-sinusoidal vibration system with the change of main parameters is studied. Furthermore, an experiment is also conducted aims at investigating the quality requirements for the servo system, including stability, rapidity, and accuracy. Furthermore, an experiment is also conducted aims at investigating the quality requirements for the servo system, including stability, rapidity, and accuracy. The results demonstrate that crystallizer hydraulic servo non-sinusoidal vibration system can satisfy high frequency steel ball requirements and small amplitude design requirements. In addition, it can effectively improve the surface quality of casting blank.