Aug 022018

The Advantages of Aluminum Aircraft Parts over Plastic. On comparing aluminum die cast parts with plastic parts in terms of ability to recycle:

Plastic: Dilemmas concerning the plastic product’s ability to recycle came up by a nationwide task force, which called for plastics dealers abstain from using the worldwide symbol for recycling in ads, because it was considered as ambiguous in relation to plastics.

Aluminum: Almost all metals have constantly been readily recyclable. Die castings are never dangerous wastes and they never cause problems in management or reprocessing.

    Plastic Parts:

  • Plastic is more fragile than aluminum parts.
  • Plastic is too bendable for a lot of purposes.
  • Plastic is not dimensionally firm enough.
  • Plastic does not normally perform well in warm conditions.
  • Plastic does not act well with a lot of coatings.
  • Plastic injection moldings do not obstruct radio frequency.
  • Plastic does not obstruct electromagnetic discharge.
  • Plastic injection moulded parts do not provide themselves simply for chrome plating.
    Die Cast Aluminum Parts:
  • Die Cast Parts have higher level durability under weight than plastics.
  • Die Cast Parts are totally defiant to ultra-violet rays.
  • Die Cast Parts are totally defiant to riding out.
  • Die Cast Parts are totally defiant to breaking in the incidence of diverse reagents.
  • Manufacturing phases for creating die cast parts are much quicker than for injection molded parts.

Aluminum Aircraft 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 for a fast response on a price quote. Kinetic Die Casting manufactures die casting metal parts creating products like roofing tile molds, lighting parts, and military parts. If you would like more information about Kinetic Die Casting, visit our website:Kinetic Die Casting Company

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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 for a fast response on a price quote.


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

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.


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 for a fast response on a price quote.

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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

May 102018

Low Carbon Footprint of Aluminum Die Castings Should Be Marketed to Industry. The die casting industry has long been built on recycling. The metal alloys used by the die casters are produced from recycled raw materials, created with far less energy than is required for virgin alloys. More than 95% of the aluminum die castings produced in North America are made of post-consumer recycled aluminum, helping to keep the aluminum content of municipal solid waste to less than 1%.

In response to questions from NADCA member companies about the carbon footprint of automotive die castings compared to alternative materials and processes for automotive components, this Carbon Footprint study by William A. Butler was authorized. Specifically, the study compares the cradle-to-grave carbon footprint of aluminum and magnesium die cast components with the carbon footprint of injection molded plastic components. The results of the study provide environmental impact information to the die casting industry, provide a baseline for further component carbon footprint evaluations in the future and identify opportunities for industry improvement in the environmental impact of die casting operations. One of the most significant study results is that — neglecting the contribution of product use to the total carbon footprint — aluminum die casting has the lowest carbon footprint because of its use of secondary aluminum alloys and its ability to be recycled.

NADCA members can download The “Carbon Footprint” of Aluminum and Magnesium Die Castings Compared to Injection Molded Components at


Kinetic Die Casting utilizes die casting to manufacture parts like aluminum car parts, airplane parts, lighting parts and much, much more. If you would like to request a quote, please visit our website:Die Casting quote

Feb 152018

February 15, 2018 Guest Newsletter Posting – Established in 1990, Rache Corporation specializes in precision thin material fabrication, machining and rapid prototyping using laser technology. Over the years, we have become the industry leader in thin metal laser cutting, laser welding, laser drilling, laser marking, laser etching, deep laser engraving, weld joint design and helium leak testing. Our process has significant advantages over existing technologies:
• Working directly from your CAD files, we require no artwork or special tooling which allows us to deliver parts the same day, if necessary. Laser cutting is an excellent alternative to chemical etching, die-stamping or wire EDM.
• Environmentally conscious, we use no chemicals or hazardous materials in our process.
• We can cut virtually any metal and many plastics and organic materials.
• We work in quantities of one to tens of thousands.
• We can hold extremely tight dimensional tolerances.
Our customer base includes large and small companies from the RF/microwave, aviation & aerospace, medical device, automotive, defense and commercial electronics industries. Please allow us to show you our unsurpassed quality, on-time delivery and excellent customer service. Our management system is certified to ISO9001:2015.

Please let me know if you have any questions.
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Stratis Calagias
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Camarillo, CA 93012