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How to Make Aluminum Handle Hardware. Aluminum Handle Hardware parts are common in the manufacture process and the production of equipment and homes. Hardware parts from aluminum handles or brackets are produced near net shape, which means it can be produced without any welding pieces or assembly pieces. An aluminum handle is stronger than a weldament. This makes Aluminum handle hardware very easy to use, light weight and at the same time strong. They are a common sight in equipment, household door knobs, stops, shower knobs, cabinets, bolts, garden furniture, locks, lifts, kitchen utensils, sliding doors window handles and almost everything you can see at home.

Furthermore, Aluminum handle hardware can have hole casts to save costs of having to save costs of having to machine the holes. Aluminum handle parts can be stronger than steel welded parts in certain cases for aluminum handle hardware are designed to strengthen the ribs.

Aluminum hardware handles have several different types to choose from such as oval, folding, standard, positive locking, square, extruding and wire. They can be anodized or power coated. Aluminum hardware handles are made through the process of aluminum die casting, wherein addition of decorations and designs are a lot easier compared to steel, brass and other metals.

Die Casting Handle Part
Die Casting Handle Parts

Kinetic Die Casting Company makes aluminum die castings as Die Casting Aluminum Brackets. As a Die Casting Company, 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

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