Nov 102008
 

Aluminum boxes are needed by many industries including the military. Enclosure castings and Housing castings are aluminum box castings or aluminum die casting parts. These enclosures are typically designed to hold electronic components into place using a printed circuit board or PC Board. Military Parts Enclosure Castings usually need to be anodized to protect the exterior from damage. Sometimes the Military Parts Enclosure Castings are powder coated or painted for aesthetic reasons. occasionally these Military Parts Enclosure Castings need to be impregnated with a sealing material specified by the U.S. Government blueprints and then also penetrant inspected or Zyglo inspected to ensure the Military Parts Enclosure Castings do not have porosity and are not cracked. Military Parts Enclosure Castings need to be machined to mount “D” connectors and to add threads for screws to mount a cover for the box.

Kinetic Die Casting Company produces aluminum die casting parts, including Military Parts Enclosure Castings. When we produce aluminum die casting parts, we also supply certifications for “Material Certifications” and “Certification of U.S. Manufacture” and “Certification of Conformance” and “Certification of Processes”.

Military Parts Enclosure Castings are die cast aluminum boxes used by companies to produce military parts. Die Casting Tooling can take as little as six to eight weeks but typically it takes ten to twelve weeks to make tooling for die castings. After the tooling is made, Kinetic Die Casting can ship parts in two weeks. The typical delivery for Military Parts Enclosure Castings is from four to six weeks.

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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