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Kinetic Die Casting Company
6918 Beck Avenue
North Hollywood, Ca 91605

Manufacturing parts in aluminum and zinc using a process called high pressure die casting. Using this process KDC forces molten metal into a die or sometimes called a die casting mold. The metal hardens and is ejected from the mold as a die cast part to be used by several different industries.

Because of the excellent dimensional accuracy and the smooth surfaces, most high pressure die castings require no machining except the removal of flash around the edge and possible drilling and tapping holes. High pressure die casting production is fast and inexpensive relative to other casting processes.

There are several aluminum alloys Kinetic Die Casting Company uses for high pressure die casting parts with different mechanical properties and chemical breakdowns. Aluminum is used in 80-90% of the high pressure die casting alloys available in the world today. In many cases aluminum high pressure die casting can replace steel, increasing strength and reducing part weight. We produce high pressure die casting parts in small sizes of less than an ounce up to large sizes of 10 pounds. We usually can produce and ship high pressure die casting parts within two weeks of receipt of your purchase order if we have the high pressure die casting die already and have completed our first article inspections.

Contact Kinetic Die Casting Company

If you have any further questions, please feel free to call Kinetic Die Casting anytime at (818) 982-9200 or (800) 524-8083 or fax (818) 982-0877.

Parts produced using the die casting process is a fast, efficient, and economical process which, when used to its maximum potential, replaces assemblies of a variety of parts produced by various manufacturing processes at significant savings in cost and labor.

The following is a listing of some of the part types:

Processes or terms used in Die Casting:

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