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Die Casting Zinc Alloys in 2022

Die Casting Zinc Alloys

Die casting zinc alloys to offer castability, a broad range of excellent physical and mechanical properties, and finishing characteristics. The advantages of utilizing zinc alloys include thin walls, close dimensional tolerances, and variation in section design. Compared to others, die-casting zinc alloys have higher strength components.

The die maintenance is reduced and the die life is lengthened because of the lower temperatures under which zinc alloy is cast. There are several companies that manufacture a complete range of die-casting zinc alloys. One of them is the Eastern Alloys.

Die casting zinc alloys have high strength and hardness, which makes them ideal alternatives for machined, pressed, stamped, and fabricated items. Normally cast alloys are non-ferrous and there is a large number available with a wide range of physical and mechanical properties covering almost every conceivable application a designer might require. Die casting zinc alloys are among the most widely used because of their low melting point. Usually, low melting point alloys are cast in a hot chamber machine while intermediate and high melting alloys are cast in cold chamber machines.

One of the fastest and most cost-effective methods for producing a wide range of components is die casting. The major benefit from this process can be achieved if the designers were able to collaborate with the die caster at an early stage of product development and design. In order to help resolve issues that affect the tooling and production during the design phase, it is best to consult the die caster at the earliest possible time.

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Kinetic Die Casting Company. Inc.

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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Kinetic Die Casting Company makes:

  • NADCA-Product-Standards-for-Die-Casting-pdf
  • Die Casting Porosity
  • Die Casting Draft Angle
  • NADCA North American Die Casting Association

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