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Hot Chamber and Cold Chamber Die Casting in 2023

Hot Chamber And Cold Chamber Die Casting. In the method of die casting, melted metal in injected effectively into die casting molds, or “dies”, under very high pressure. Since this process of shaping metal is very adaptable, die casting is extensively utilized as a method for forming metals into special shapes like die cast speakers. While it may use a almost the same method as mold casting, die casting uses pressures of up to 10 to 210mpa to inject metal into the die. The ensuing material shows consistency of parts, dimensional accuracy, and smooth surface finishes.

There are many diverse materials utilized in die casting, such as copper, zinc, tin, magnesium, and lead. Nevertheless, aluminum is the most extensively uzilized evaluated to these other materials as the metal is more impressionable, and is excellent for manufacturing large size cold chamber die castings, to die castings collected of tiny and intricate parts.

There are two methods utilized for die casting, specifically the cold chamber which manufacture cold chamber die castings, a cold cylinder is injected with melted metal. With less time exposure given for the metal to be pushed into the mold, cold chamber method is more often utilized for metals that without difficulty meld with iron at very high heat. The cold chamber method is also utilized for metals that have high melting points.

Alternatively, in the hot chamber process, like hot chamber zinc die casting the pressure found in the die cavity connected to it becomes enduringly a part of the melted material. A plunger is driven toward an area that is non-pressurized, exposing the inlet port attached to the pressure cylinder.

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

“The Parts We Make Today, We Ship Today”

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

To get prices for Die Casting Tooling Molds or Parts:

RFQ Die Casting Tooling Part Prices

Kinetic Die Casting Company makes:

  • Die Casting Handle Hardware
  • Die Casting Alloys
  • Die Casting Aluminum Alloys
  • Aluminum Die Casting Handle

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    Natural Gas Cost Increases January 2023

    Kinetic Die Casting Company’s recent SoCal Gas bill has more than tripled (300%+) in the last 12 months. On 01/23/23 our natural gas cost from Southern California Gas Company increased to $3.75 per Therm from $1.15 per Therm cost in the same time period last year, 2022. Our utilities cost has increased over the last year but this month was the largest increase of over 200% and the largest cost we have ever experienced. We use a lot of natural gas to melt our die casting metal alloys in our manufacturing process. This Southern California Gas Company natural gas cost increase is the largest gas cost increase I have seen, as far as I can remember, in almost 30 years of owning Kinetic Die Casting Company. I have no choice but to include a gas energy surcharge on all Kinetic Die Casting Company invoices starting today. That gas surcharge will be updated monthly as our new gas bill arrives on the 22nd of each month.

    Kinetic Die Casting Company, Inc. www.kineticdiecasting.com
    6918 Beck Avenue, North Hollywood, CA 91605 sales@kineticdc.com 818-982-9200

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    February 2023 NADCA Meeting

    University of California – Irvine on February 1st and February 2nd. North American Die Casting Association (NADCA) will be hosting the Die Materials Committee meeting and R&D Committee meeting. This is a great opportunity for NADCA Chapter 30 members to listen to the latest updates on NADCA research, network with suppliers and die casters, and tour the lab at the University of California – Irvine. The meetings are free to attend, but we ask that anyone attending please RSVP using the following link, so that we can plan accordingly.

    NADCA Die Materials Committee
    Wednesday, February 1, 2023 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
    NADCA R&D Committee
    Thursday, February 2, 2023 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
    The meeting will be held at University of California – Irvine, CA 92697

    Register using this link: https://forms.gle/NKiF3gcBGNzAXWtj9
    (if you cannot access Google Forms please send an email to glim@diecasting.org)

    Beau Glim
    Project Manager
    North American Die Casting Association
    847-808-3164

    February 2023 North American Die Casting Association (NADCA) Meeting

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    Die Casting Tooling in 2022

    Die Casting Tooling. Die casting is an industrial process used by manufacturers which involves forcing melted metal into Die Casting Tooling or also known as molds under extremely high pressure. This process is commonly used in cases where a manufacturer would need a large quantity of small-sized or medium-sized parts. This process can make use of ferrous metals but it usually uses nonferrous materials such as copper, zinc, aluminum, and magnesium among other metals. Die casting is a great process to use where the manufacturer needs to maintain a smooth surface, good quality of parts, and a fairly uniform outcome for each part. There is little or sometimes no need for post-production machining to uniform the parts.
    There are two ways to achieve this process; the first is to use the hot chambered machine and the second is to use the cold chambered machine. The former is used for metals with lower melting points and can fill in the cavities of Die Casting Tooling faster compared to the latter. However, there are metals that hot chambered machines cannot handle so cold chambered machines are used in their place.
    When it comes to Die Casting Tooling, there are different sizes and shapes to choose from. There are also different styles to use and the cost will vary based on the simplicity or complexity of the mold. They are built usually from hardened steel which takes a lot of time to finish. This is the main part of the whole die casting process and is the most important part.

    “The Parts We Make Today, We Ship Today”

    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

    To get prices for Die Casting Tooling Molds or Parts:

    RFQ Die Casting Tooling Part Prices

    Kinetic Die Casting Company makes:

  • Kinetic Die Casting Capabilities
  • Kinetic Die Casting Jobs
  • FAQ Die Casting Questions and Answers
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    Protecting Your Roof with Versatile Concrete Roof Tiles in 2022

    Protecting Your Roof With Versatile Concrete Roof Tiles

    If you are currently building your home or any other type of construction, you might want to consider using concrete roof tiles. You will need to have a strong substructure to carry the weight of the tiles, as they usually weigh in at around 400 pounds for every hundred square feet of roof area. However, you can rest assured that your roof will last longer under all sorts of extreme weather conditions.

    Made out of a mixture of concrete and sand, concrete roof tiles can take on different kinds of pigment and come in hundreds of different colors for you to choose from. With an experienced roofer at hand to take charge of the installation, you will be the owner of an attractive and durable roof that will stand the test of time.

    These type of heavy-duty roof tiles can withstand the ravages of water, snow, and ice. This is because the materials interlock with each other, starting with the first row securely appended to the roof itself, followed by the rest of the other rows in succession. This method of installation ensures that your roof becomes virtually impenetrable under all types of weather.

    Your concrete roofing materials can be installed via nailing wooden strips on the surface of the roof, and attaching lugs which connect to the bottom of the tiles. The tiles can also be laid directly on the surface of the roof itself and fastened with either nails or screws. You can install concrete tiles on nearly any surface, even on those that are almost vertical. This means that they can be used for decorative purposes on your exterior walls, as well.

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    “The Parts We Make Today, We Ship Today”

    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

    To get prices for Die Casting Tooling Molds or Parts:

    RFQ Die Casting Tooling Part Prices

    Kinetic Die Casting Company makes:

  • Die Casting Prices or Sand Casting Parts
  • Zinc Die Casting Parts
  • American Die Casting Company
  • Aluminum Die Casting Enclosure Box

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