Why Purchase or Buy American Die Casting Parts

April 14th, 2014

Why buy American die casting parts. American die casting parts are now utilized around the world. The die cast parts produced through American methods are more efficient and economical, offering broader ranges in component and shape compared to i other manufacturing techniques. The parts created in the US have a longer service life and are designed to complement the visual look which is appealing to the public. Designers would also have benefit from specifying die cast parts.

One of the main reasons why we should buy American parts is because it is created in high speed production. American die casting has a faster production process and can provide complex shapes based on closer tolerances. Little or no machining is needed in order to create identical castings for production of additional products. American based casting parts are also created in dimensional stability and accuracy. Die casting produces parts which are durable and stable, maintaining high heat resistance.

American produced casting parts also have great weight and strength and they are also stronger compared to plastic injection moldings with the same dimensions. The thin castings that are created through American methods are also stronger and lighter compared to those produced through other casting methods. Since the die casting is based on separate parts welded together, the strength of the alloy is stronger. Lastly, the American casting parts are produced in textured and smooth surfaces. They can easily be played with finishings which are based on minimum to no surface preparation. Such are the benefits of buying American created die casting parts.


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Provisions for Manufacturing for: Aircraft Components

April 7th, 2014

Provisions for Manufacturing for: Aircraft Components. The process of die casting contains the procedure of setting molten metal into a mold (called dies) and applying very high pressure to it. Some parts would require post-machining processes to ensure that the dimensions are the right size.

Usually, die casting is done in two ways: the hot chamber die casting and the cold chamber method. The hot chamber technique is used for alloys such as zinc, tin, and lead as they have high fluidity and low melting point. The cold chamber method, on the other hand, is commonly utilized on aluminum and copper alloys.

Furthermore, it is worth noting that the dies can be fairly luxurious because they are made of much more durable materials such as steel and iron.

Is Die Casting the Best Option?

Several companies favor to have their parts die cast because this process allows them to create more diverse shapes and designs. The parts also tend to be long-lasting and can add aesthetic impact to its surrounding environment. The production of die cast materials is also fast associated to other methods such as sand casting and permanent mold casting. The materials are known to ensure heavy weight and are more dimensionally stable compared to other materials. You can also have them smoothed out, textured, or plated. Equipment assembly is also made much more convenient because of the incorporation of fastening elements like studs.

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The Kinetic Die Casting Company produces aluminum die cast parts for various industries across the United States. They produce and deliver parts in less than four weeks, but it mostly depends on the amount of parts that will be ordered. They focus on low quantity production, which is normally fewer than 5,000 parts. They manufacture parts for automotive, appliance, small engines, gardening, housing and many other purposes.

Different Uses of Die Casting

Aside from producing parts for commonly used equipment and materials, the Kinetic Die Casting Company also types of aluminum parts for the military and the aerospace part industry.

Military Parts: These are usually cast in aluminum. Afterwards, the excess materials are trimmed down and the castings will be impregnated to seal porosity. These parts are exploited by the diverse branches of the U.S. Military. Some examples of their products for the military include an enclosure housing that prevents fires in armored vehicles and a missile nose piece. The Kinetic Die Cast Company has taken die cast orders from the following agencies: U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, Defense Logistics Agency, Missile Defense Agency, etc.

Airplane Parts: Airplane die cast materials are made to prevent corrosion, cracks, high temperature fracture and fatigue, vibration control, and wear-and-tear. The Kinetic Die Cast Company has brought assembled materials to the U.S. Military in the form of the B-52 Stratofortress and the F-117A Nighthawk Attack Fighter. Of course, their aircraft parts are not only limited to military fleets as they also produce parts for commercial fleets as well.

In addition to aircraft and military parts, the Kinetic Die Casting Company also sells products to the aerospace industry. Some of their loyal customers include the Kelly Aerospace Corporation, Curtiss Wright Aerospace Corporation, Parker Hannifin Aerospace Corporation, and Meggit Corporation (Whittaker Controls).

This is the blog on the Kinetic Die Casting Company web site. We produce and make Audio Speaker Frames. Look at this website page for more details: www.kineticdiecasting.com/speakers.html. Contact Kinetic Die Casting Company at 818-982-9200 or email us at sales@kineticdc.com. Use this webpage to request “die casting part prices” www.kineticdiecasting.com/replyform.html

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New Job Application Form for Kinetic Die Casting Company

April 2nd, 2014

New Job Application Form for Kinetic Die Casting Company – We have many positions open in our company (http://www.kineticdiecasting.com/employment.html).

Please fill out our job application to be considered for an open employment position.

It has always been difficult getting potential employees to compete our Kinetic Die Casting Job or Employment Application. We use a PDF file that is typically down loaded to the job candidates computer, then saved, then printed and then can be completed in pencil or pen. Sometimes, enterprising job seekers will use one of the many computer programs designed to edit PDF forms. They will then type in the information and then send the employment application back to Kinetic Die Casting Company. Some applicants scan the forms back in their computer and then email the job application to us at job@kineticdc.com. Sometimes they fax the application form to 818-982-0877. Or, mail the employment application to 6918 Beck Avenue, North Hollywood, CA 91605.

Now there is a new way to complete the job application: http://www.kineticdiecasting.com/application.php

Job candidates can now use their cell phone to complete our Online Job Application

This online employment application will save the job candidate’s work information as an email that is automatically sent to Kinetic Die Casting Company.

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Sources of Porosity in Die Castings

March 24th, 2014

Sources of Porosity in Die Castings. The formation of bubbles in the castings results to die casting porosity. Porosity in die castings in defects caused by bubbles, often resulting from machine inefficiency, temperature variances, etc.

The following enumerates the most common sources of porosity in die castings.

Air Entrainment

Once air is trapped in the castings upon pouring of metallic substance into the die and the same air was not able to escape during solidification, a metal casting defect is expected to result from it. Both the temperature and the pressure directly affect the formation of such die casting porosity.

Blow Holes

When from a core, gas bubbles are blown into the liquefied metal, causing holes when solidified. This is also known as blisters.

Oxides

Some defects in die casting are caused by oxides. Oxide formation causes defects on the surface or in the subsurface of the die cast parts. In steel castings for example, the removal of inclusion material by blasting causes associated porosity. These are the grassy areas in steel castings.

Pinholes

Pinholes are characterized by the formation of tiny bubbles caused by less soluble gases. During solidification, soluble gases must dissolve upon combination with liquefied metal. Once insoluble gasses remain, defects such as pinholes will appear on the castings.

Shrinkage

Shrinkage normally occurs during solidification of liquid metal. An allowable degree of shrinkages is considered by die casting manufacturing companies. However when shrinkages goes beyond the allowable level forming a defective casting, this is considered a manufacturing cost. Die casting products are often deformed due to shrinkages in various forms.

This is the blog on the Kinetic Die Casting Company web site. KDC also writes about Porosity in Die Casting. Look at this website page for more details: www.kineticdiecasting.com/porosity.html. Contact Kinetic Die Casting Company at 818-982-9200 or email us at sales@kineticdc.com. Use this webpage to request “die casting part prices” www.kineticdiecasting.com/replyform.html

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Aluminium Handles Heaven

March 17th, 2014

Aluminum Handles Heaven. Aluminum handles can be seen in many buildings because they are the preferred material to be used on handles of any kind. Aluminum is a metal that is very sturdy, relatively cheap, lighter than steel, and is very easy to manufacture. They are sold by many companies worldwide and are mass produced by manufacturing plants which deal with aluminum based products. These handles can be seen in any storage area covering whether they be small or large.

Aluminum handles can be purchased in almost all hardware stores and do-it-yourself stores. In hardware stores, they have their own section which is oftentimes combined with drawer doors and other related items. In DIY stores, they also have their own section although these stores have fewer selections than hardware stores. When looking for an aluminum handle, the specifications of the area on which the handle will be attached to should be known. This is important since handles that are too large will make it difficult to open the storage area whereas handles that are too small will also give the same problem. Usually, people are able to find the aluminum handle that suits them in these stores. However, if they find that they do not like the handles in these stores, they can always look online.

Aluminum handles can be found online in several online stores and retailers. Amazon and eBay both have listings for aluminum handles. Their sources are several manufacturing companies which create these items as part of their product base. People may also visit the website of these manufacturing companies since they may sell the handles at a lower price.


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