Jun 282018
 

The aluminum die casting manufacturing process is quite similar to permanent mold casting. Both processes start out by melting or liquefying the aluminum, that is going to be used. The melted materials will then be injected into die cast molds castings. The liquid will then take the form of the patterns in the mold castings. The molds will then be allowed to cool down to harden and once they are opened, the product is finished. The difference between die casting and permanent mold casting is that the former uses high amounts of pressure in the molds so that the material will get into every part of the cavity. This results in better quality of the products which is why die casting is chosen to make Aluminum Lighting Fixtures.

Also, Aluminum Lighting Fixtures help in illuminating man made structures such as houses, buildings, tunnels as well as the streets at night. They are an essential part of these structures and a lot of them are needed. By using the die casting process, the bulk orders for these Aluminum Lighting Fixtures are met. Not only that, quality and consistency is insured by die casting. This is a cost efficient and effective way of producing Aluminum Lighting Fixtures.

Furthermore, Aluminum is a great choice for lighting fixtures as they are strong and can last a very long time. They are also very lightweight compared to other metals. Since they can be harvested almost anywhere, they are very cheap too.

Die Casting Light Fixture Parts
Light Fixture Die Casting Parts

Kinetic Die Casting Company makes aluminum die castings as Lighting Fixture Die Castings. We make these parts every day and ship thousands of these aluminum die castings every week.
Contact us to get die casting prices http://www.kineticdiecasting.com/replyform.html.

Kinetic Die Casting Company
6918 Beck Avenue
North Hollywood, California 91605
Sales@kineticdc.com

Jun 142018
 

Kinetic Die Casting makes Aluminum Hardware Brackets. The use of aluminum hardware brackets is becoming more and more popular than that of their steel counterparts. Why is that so? Well, basically, the reasons can be unending. From its flexibility to its strength, there is no wonder why people patronize aluminum made ones.

From the production alone, aluminum is capable to produce brackets near its net shape. Meaning, there is no more need for welding or assembling pieces. With this fact, this solid bracket comes stronger than that of pieced together brackets. Therefore, aluminum brackets are far stronger than steel ones. In fact, they are known to be the strongest of all bracket types not to mention yet that they are cheapest ones as well.

Aside from these facts, it can be also conveniently produced. In fact, each day, a total of a hundred to a thousand pieces can be manufactured. Much more, it is best to be used in hardware since aluminum is electrically conductive. Also, it weighs one-third lesser than steel brackets.

Indeed, there is no more question as to why people go for aluminum hardware brackets than others made with different materials. Their strength and capability are good enough to answer all the needs of the people.

To get a price for aluminum die casting parts or die casting tooling, call toll free 800-524-8083 and ask for sales. Or email us at sales@kineticdc.com for a fast response on a price quote.

Permalink: http://www.kineticdiecasting.com/kdc/kinetic-aluminum-brackets/

Kinetic Die Casting manufactures a lot of aluminum rooftile plates , trim tile molds, and military die casting. If you would like a quote, please visit our website: Kinetic Die Casting Company

Jun 072018
 

Kinetic Die Casting Company Makes Aluminum Auto Parts – A few months ago, an automotive parts customer contacted me; he makes aluminum hydraulic pumps for cars. He asked if he could move his die casting tooling inserts from his current die casting supplier to Kinetic Die Casting Company. He is getting over 50% leakage rejects from his current die casting supplier due to porosity. His product is prone to porosity because it has very thick material areas and very thin material areas. It would take a special effort to improve his production part process.


We gave him a price that was higher than he was currently paying and he agreed. What happened then was, he sent us his tooling inserts and we mounted his die casting inserts in our mold base and made his aluminum automotive pump parts. He was shocked at the difference. He had very few parts that leaked. We succeeded because we process every die casting job as a special job. Our single piece flow has also become single order flow.

I received this same request from that same customer this week, on a different part. He is also losing over 50% of his parts due to porosity leakage in his pumps. He now knows we can help him. The part cost is higher, but his total cost is much lower because he has fewer failures in his product.

Contact Kinetic Die Casting if you are getting bad products and we will help you.

Permalink: http://www.kineticdiecasting.com/kdc/kinetic-auto-parts/ ?

May 312018
 

Die Castings used for many Aircraft Parts. Demand for diecast airplane parts is increasing in the aircraft industry. Airplanes need lightweight materials for mobility. Moreover, planes require durability and resistance to several stresses while flying. Among metals, aluminum is used to serve as frames or skeletons of the aircraft.
Fighter plane
In the aircraft industry, the strength of aluminum is significantly increased by high pressure die casting. Aluminum die castings used for airplane parts are strong against torsion and expansion stresses. These are important considerations since a flying aircraft is subjected to several forces.

In the machining process, there is always an associated imperfection called die casting porosity. This is the amount of gas that combines with the solidifying metal, as it cools in the mold. Porosity is characterized by the size and number of air bubbles inside the finished product. There are three levels of porosity. The second and third levels are unacceptable when it comes to machining airplane parts. This is to guarantee safety of the passengers.

Die castings used for airplane parts are usually made of different aluminum alloys. The two most common die casting alloys for aircraft parts are A380 and A413. For example, Al 7075 is commonly used for making frames because of its toughness.

Permalink: http://www.kineticdiecasting.com/kdc/diecasting-airplane-parts/

To get a price for aluminum die casting parts or die casting tooling, call toll free 800-524-8083 and ask for sales. Or email us at sales@kineticdc.com for a fast response on a price quote.




Kinetic Die Casting Company


Kinetic Die Casting manufactures custom metal parts to their customer. If you would like more information about Kinetic Die Casting, please visit our website:Kinetic Die Casting Company

Apr 052018
 

Spotting Bracket Die Castings in several very different locations is interesting. While I was traveling in a Boeing 747-700 Airplane I discovered that the “Seat-Back Tray-Table” is held up using by two aluminum die casting parts as Bracket Castings. These bracket castings were attached to the seat back of the seat in front and to a plastic tray table. These aluminum bracket die castings are painted white to match their surroundings. These aluminum brackets are strong enough to hold a laptop or a plate of food or even the hands of someone working a puzzle or a book. These brackets are strong because they are designed using geometry that gives the bracket casting strength with corner radii and ribs and gussets.

Aluminum Die Casting Airplane Parts are very common. Most airplanes are made from aluminum as the metal of choice. Aluminum die castings are lightweight and strong.
Aluminum Bracket
Bracket Castings on Boeing 747-700 Airplane

The Parts We Make Today, We Ship Today”


Kineticdc makes:
Aluminum Heat Sinks
Automotive Die Casting Parts
Airplane Die Casting Parts
Light Fixture Die Casting Parts
Die Casting Aluminum Box Enclosures
Aerospace Die Casting Parts
Military Die Casting Parts
Die Casting Tooling

Kinetic Die Casting Company 6918 Beck Avenue, North Hollywood, California 91605 USA
E-mail sales@kineticdc.com Toll Free: (800) 524-8083 Local: (818) 982-9200 Fax: (818) 982-0877