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.
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Apr 282011
 

Why Brass Die Casting Lighting Fixtures are a Good Choice. There are two very common techniques used in making lighting fixtures out of brass – sheet lighting fixtures and brass die casting lighting fixtures. In the case of sheet brass fixtures, they are created by taking sheets of solid brass then bending the brass sheets into the desired shapes. This can be accomplished by making use of a high-pressure machine press. The machine press will stamp the brass sheets into their molded shapes. In comparison to die cast brass, sheet brass is much thinner. It is however more economical.

Brass die casting lighting fixtures on the other hand, make use of molds. Liquid brass will be poured into these molds to form the lighting fixtures. Most manufacturers and suppliers prefer die cast molds because of their quality and durability. For parts and fixtures that require consistent fits, efficient finishes and tight tolerances, brass die casting is well preferred. A method called sand casting is often used as an alternative to die casting. In this method a temporary mold made from packed sand is used. Brass is poured into the sand mold and when the brass hardens, the sand mold is broken away. This however does not come close to the efficiency and preciseness of die cast molds.

Brass die casting lighting fixtures speak of nothing but quality, durability and longevity. Even under rugged, humid or corrosive outdoor environments, brass lighting fixtures will last a lifetime. Furthermore, when it comes to aesthetic beauty, nothing can compare to the classic and stylish appearance of brass.

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.




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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 022010
 

Pressure Die Casting Aluminum Lighting Fixture Parts vs Gravity Casting. Because of the discovery of aluminum hundreds of years ago, different beautiful metal fixtures have been created easily, without the difficult processes of welding and other methods. This is made possible with the easy malleability of aluminum.

Because of the low melting point of aluminum, it is easy to mold it into different fixtures – even those that are complicated in design.

However, the quality of aluminum lighting fixtures may differ based on the method of how it is manufactured. In essence, Pressure Die Casting Aluminum Lighting Fixture Parts vs Gravity Casting would basically result in proving that pressure die casting is superior to other processes. Why?

The difference lies in the pressurized injection of molten aluminum into the casting mold. Because of the pressure, the aluminum liquid will surely get into every crevice of a complicated mold. The pressure also helps ensure the smooth surface of the aluminum part. If you are to use gravity casting, the quality of the aluminum part will not be as precise and as smooth as planned.

Also, pressure die casting allows complicated fixture designs that may have a lot of curves and bends. It would be difficult to form that kind of part merely through gravity casting. So when ordering aluminum lighting fixtures, make sure that the manufacturer uses pressure die casting.

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 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

Dec 282009
 

Where do you find Aluminum Lighting Fixture Parts? Lighting fixtures and parts made out of aluminum die casting have a lot of advantages and benefits as compared to fixtures and parts made through other manufacturing processes and with other materials and alloys. Here are some of these known advantages:

  • First of all, aluminum lighting fixture parts are cost-efficient, meaning they are less expensive as compared to other fixture parts made with different materials and through different processes.
  • Aluminum lighting fixture parts have good thermal properties, meaning they can be used at high temperatures and when used with high temperature power supplies and bulbs. It can also last longer, so you’re saving a lot of money on repairs and replacements.
  • On one hand, housings for such fixtures were formerly welded together, making it costly, time and labor-consuming, plus were limited in terms of shaping and molding. Aluminum lighting fixtures, on the other hand, can be molded and shaped in different ways possible, so housing them isn’t as costly and limited anymore.

So where exactly can you find these aluminum lighting fixture parts? If the lighting fixtures at home, in the office, or in any building or facility are in need of parts, you can either visit stores that sell ready-made lighting fixture parts or visit manufacturers of aluminum die casting parts to get them molded and done in normally a short period of time.

Kinetic Die Casting manufactures zinc and aluminium die casting. If you would like a quote, please visit our website:Die Casting quote

Dec 122009
 

Pressure Die Casting Aluminum Lighting Parts vs Sand Casting. Aluminum sand cast tooling roughly costs from $500 – $7,500, depending on the size and complexity. Pressure die cast tooling on the other hand costs from $5,000 – $75,000, again depending on the size and complexity of the die cast parts. However, tooling can create from 100,000 parts to as much as 1,000,000 pressure die casting aluminum lighting parts.

In sand casting, the molds or patterns are used to make sand molds. The preparation and bonding process of sand molds is the most critical step in the process. This technique is usually used for high volume production.

With die casting, the mold is usually made of metal like cast iron or steel. They are generally not destroyed but are made permanent. There are several types of die casting, the most widely used being high pressure die casting. 50% of light alloy casting production are made from high pressure die casting.

Sand casting and pressure die casting processes vary from some hundred to some thousand aluminum lighting parts. The cost of tooling and machinery is required for aluminum sand casting that is not normally required in the die casting process due to its tighter tolerance of the pressure die cast process in making the aluminum parts.

Kinetic Die Casting manufactures products like aluminum hardware, and aluminum boxes. If you would like more information on Kinetic Die Casting, please visit our website:Kinetic Die Casting Company