The die casting process forms precise metal parts using pressure to completely fill all cavities within a mold. Die casting works with numerous non-ferrous metals, such as aluminum, and magnesium, among others. The die itself is made from a harder metal, such as tool steel, to ensure long-term functionality with minimal production wear. This fabrication method provides an ideal solution for producing complex designs in high volumes.Get more news about Aluminum Die Casting Auto Parts,you can vist our website!
Regardless of the specific type of aluminum selected for individual projects, aluminum in general offers various beneficial characteristics:
Conductivity. Aluminum conducts electricity and thermal energy well.
Dimensional stability. This metal maintains good dimensional stability, even in parts with very thin walls. Aluminum’s stability also makes it an excellent choice for complex parts.
Mechanical properties. Aluminum offers a good degree of hardness, shear strength, and tensile strength. These and other mechanical properties make aluminum a good choice for commercial and industrial parts that require reliable long-term performance.
Resistance to corrosion. Aluminum resists corrosion and oxidation, making it useful for mitigating the risk of rust in indoor or outdoor applications.
Strength. Aluminum is a strong metal with an excellent strength-to-weight ratio, even maintaining its strength at high temperatures.
Weight. Aluminum is a lightweight metal, especially compared to steel and other popular manufacturing materials. This is important for designing fuel-efficient vehicles, aerospace parts, handheld consumer goods, construction elements, and other products where lower component weight may improve performance.
At DyCast Specialties, we provide complete high pressure aluminum die casting services. We manage the entire process, from the initial design through machining, finishing, and shipping. Our facility includes an in-house machining center with tolerance capabilities within +/- 0.00025 of an inch. Our additional processes include coatings, annealing, testing, inspecting, and assembly.