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The advantages of Die Casting Aluminum Boxes over Steel Boxes in 2022

The advantages of Die Casting Aluminum Boxes over steel boxes. One should know The advantages of Die Casting Aluminum Boxes over steel. This will enable the person to know what is more suitable to him. So what are its advantages?

First, Aluminum boxes are durable. Steel is also durable but it is heavy when compared to aluminum which is lighter and therefore, easier to transport and work with. When transporting animals and equipment, aluminum boxes are more preferable because they do not add too much weight unlike steel boxes which are heavier. Since steel parts are heavier, their transportation costs are also higher. Since aluminum boxes weigh 1/3 of the steel part weight, they are also cheaper. Second, aluminum boxes can also last for years without compromising the safety of the materials inside it. Unlike steel which may be destroyed by rust as time goes on, aluminum boxes are rust proof so they can carry out their purpose without the problem of rust. Aluminum boxes can also cope with sudden shock or impact, making sure that the electronic components inside the box are still safe. These boxes can also disperse and absorb electromagnetic inductance and radio waves or frequencies so the electronic components are not affected unlike steel boxes which do not have this capacity.

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 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

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Kinetic Die Casting Makes Aluminum Auto Parts

Kinetic Die Casting Company Makes Aluminum Auto Parts – A few months ago, an automotive parts customer contacted me; he makes aluminum hydraulic pumps for cars. He asked if he could move his die casting tooling inserts from his current die casting supplier to Kinetic Die Casting Company. He is getting over 50% leakage rejects from his current die casting supplier due to porosity. His product is prone to porosity because it has very thick material areas and very thin material areas. It would take a special effort to improve his production part process.


We gave him a price that was higher than he was currently paying and he agreed. What happened then was, he sent us his tooling inserts and we mounted his die casting inserts in our mold base and made his aluminum automotive pump parts. He was shocked at the difference. He had very few parts that leaked. We succeeded because we process every die casting job as a special job. Our single piece flow has also become single order flow.

I received this same request from that same customer this week, on a different part. He is also losing over 50% of his parts due to porosity leakage in his pumps. He now knows we can help him. The part cost is higher, but his total cost is much lower because he has fewer failures in his product.

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What is Aluminum Heatsink in 2022

What is an Aluminum Heatsink? A Heat sink is an object that ingests and disperses heat which comes from another object by direct or radiant thermal contact. Heat sinks are often used in various functions wherein effective heat dispersion is needed. Few examples are lasers, cooling electronic apparatus, heat engines and refrigeration. You can often see an Aluminum Heat sink attached to a computer’s circuit board.

A common Heat Sink have a collection of fin-like or comb projections and a single or more than two surfaces. These properties of a heat sink increases its outer face area which touches the air, and as a result, the heat dispersion percentage increases. Since aluminum heat sinks are known to be static objects, a fan is used to help heat sinks by giving better airflow.

Aluminum is usually used in making heat sinks because this is the perfect material that conducts heat, and it is also lighter and cheaper than other materials. The main advantage of Aluminum Heatsinks is that they may be shaped through the process of extrusion effortlessly, which is why they make the difficult cross sections achievable. The base area of the Aluminum Heatsinks should be smooth and even to guarantee the most advantageous thermal connection together with the other object which needs cooling.

If you match up the process used to make the Aluminum Heatsinks to other Die Casting Heat sink processes, you’ll notice that it only involves less machining, and cooling fins may actually be done while setting up the holes. Additionally, the Aluminum Heatsinks possess a great dimensional constancy.

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

Kinetic Die Casting Company 6918 Beck Avenue, North Hollywood, California 91605, United States of America
E-mail sales@kineticdc.com USA Toll Free: (800) 524-8083 Local: (818) 982-9200
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Happy New Year 2022

January 1, 2022 – Kinetic Die Casting Company wishes to express our hope that your 2022 is a prosperous one. We thank you for your business and we are pleased that we were able to serve you and your company with splendid die casting parts and tooling.

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Happy New Year from Kinetic Die Casting Company
We are closed New Year’s Day to celebrate with our family.

Many of our customers are pleased with us for the following reasons:

  • We accept low quantity Purchase Orders.
  • Many times our delivery is shorter than two weeks for completed parts.
  • We produce great quality parts.


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Die Casting Aerospace Parts 2021

Kinetic Die Casting Company makes several types of Die Casting Aerospace Parts. These aerospace die casting parts are used for many types of purposes. Some of these parts are used on many types of aircraft, such as: airplanes, jet planes or helicopters.

Aircraft manufacturers typically specify aluminum die casting to make the aerospace parts because aluminum is lightweight and inexpensive as well as very strong.

  • Lightweight – Aluminum weighs only .098 pounds each cubic inch of material as compared to zinc which weighs about 2.44 pounds each cubic Inch.
  • Inexpensive – Aluminum is the third most common element on earth, so it is more available than other materials. Aluminum is used in over 80% of all die castings produced in the world.
  • Strong – Aluminum parts can be geometrically designed to be stronger than steel. Look up “aluminum is stronger than steel” on Google to see the results.

These aerospace parts range from: airplane engine piston heads, airplane distributor cap housings, fuel system parts, detention ring parts, cargo loading housings, lighting fixture parts, electronic enclosures, electronic housings, motor housings and various other aluminum die casting parts.

The companies that trust us to purchase their die casting parts from Kinetic Die Casting Company are many.

    Here are a few of the aircraft and aerospace companies that we can name:

  • Robinson Helicopter
  • Ancra International
  • Whittaker Controls
  • AAR Cargo Systems
  • Boeing Aerospace
  • Barry Controls
  • Meggitt Aerospace
  • Parker Hannifin Aerospace Corporation (Parker FSD)
  • Circle Seal Aerospace
  • Kelly Aerospace
  • Curtiss Wright
  • Honeywell
  • United Technologies Aerospace

Low Quantities.

Many of these companies order lower quantities. One of the companies listed here will order less than 50 parts at a time. Many of these companies order 250 parts or less. Kinetic Die casting will accept any purchase order quantity.

Contact Kinetic Die Casting Company when you need any of the following: Low Quantities, Great Quality, Fast Delivery.

Kinetic Die Casting Company
6918 Beck Avenue
North Hollywood, CA 91605

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E-mail sales@kineticdc.com Toll Free: (800) 524-8083 Local: (818) 982-9200
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