Aluminum Alloy

Aluminum die casting alloy is lightweight and possesses the stability to come up with thin walls and different shapes. This metal can resist corrosion and other mechanical properties. Moreover, it has excellent electrical and high thermal conductivity. Above all, aluminum die castings can withstand high pressure and temperature. That’s why aluminum is the most common metal used in die casting.

Die casting started in 1800. A patent was granted for the first machine for die casting printing in the year 1849. The die casting process was only limited to printer’s type but development of other shapes have been developed many years after. Aluminum die casting was introduced in 1914 and it gained popularity. Furthermore, die casting this kind of metal is still used today.

The Aluminum Die Casting Process of exerting high pressure to molten aluminum into molten cavities. These molds are called dies. They can be designed to come up with accurate and complex shapes. Parts can be defined to produce textured or smooth surfaces. Die cast products range from aircraft and automobile parts, toys, and even household utensils.

Die casting is an economical and efficient process that offers a wide range of components and shapes. Parts that have been made through die casting have long service life. Moreover, it provides high-speed production and requires less or no machining at all. Furthermore, you can make thousands of similar castings before you use additional tools.

Aluminum die casting company generates parts that are dimensionally stable and strong, while maintaining close tolerances. Also, parts that have been die casted are stronger compared to plastic injection moldings.

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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