Dec 192008
 

Businesses have a lot of options to package their products, freebies, or marketing materials. These options include the usual cardboard, corrugated, plastic, set up, or wood boxes. Aside from these, a new option has been created in aluminum boxes. Aside from that, these aluminum boxes, aluminum enclosures or aluminum housings also have other uses.

These are boxes made out of aluminum alone or in combination with acrylic. The die casting companies can choose from any style like tote box, two-piece set up, or like CD/DVD boxes. The boxes can have details for aesthetics like laser etching, anodizing, and powder coating.

Aluminum Housings, aluminum enclosures and aluminum boxes are all quite associated in that they cover something as packaging media. These aluminum boxes can conduct electricity so that means it can easily get grounded. Aluminum Boxes, Aluminum Enclosures and Aluminum Housings for Packaging and for Protection

Most of these boxes are aluminum die castings because the production entails lesser labor requirements and the production process is much faster. What’s more, these aluminum castings weigh lighter that the steel fabricated parts.

Depending on how big or heavy the parts are, about a few hundreds to a few thousands of these can be produced every day. These aluminum boxes or aluminum housings are usually used for: engine enclosures for automobiles and trucks, housing for computer disk drives, motors, communication companies, car transmission housings, and for electrical junction boxes.

Aside from using Aluminum Enclosures for packaging of retail products, they are used as enclosures for electronic products that are sensitive to dust, moisture, or sudden impact. These aluminum boxes are used to protect the items from damage of any sort.

Kinetic Die Casting manufactures aluminum and zinc die casting parts. Samples of KDC’s work include die cast speaker parts, aluminum tile plates, and other die cast metal parts. If you would like to have a quote please visit our website: Kinetic Die Casting Company

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  2 Responses to “Boxes, Enclosures”

  1. Having read this I thought it was rather enlightening. I appreciate you finding the time and effort to put this informative article together.

    I once again find myself spending a lot of time both reading and
    posting comments. But so what, it was still worth it!

  2. What is not made with aluminum any more?

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