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What People Don’t Know About Die Casting Tooling. Aluminum Lighting Fixtures use die casting tooling. Tooling is also known as insert die or casting molds which may come in several different sizes and styles. It is the forming of tools via die casts. It may cost from hundreds of dollars up to thousands depending on the size of the total die cast package. The least costly type of die cast tooling is the die cast inserts. These high pressure die cast inserts are collected basically of the minimum amount of steel essential to manufacture the cavities with a tad bit extra in order to have some allowance for temperature fluctuations. At times nevertheless, this may be hard to achieve as the right density is necessary. If it is too hard, the steel will break due to the high temperature, if the cavities are too yielding, they will wear away rapidly from the molten metal.
In order to first test out the weight and worth of the tool without placing much cost in making an genuine die cast tool, one is suggested to create a prototype die casting tooling insert. This relates in comparable ways to the die cast tooling not including that cheaper metals are utilized and are not heat treated to reduce costs. This is chiefly done to test a design. Clearly it has numerous downsides such as the reduced durability of the tool.
As shown above, there are numerous ways to save hundreds of dollars in die casting tooling. In taking into account the size, assuring the right density of the cavities and by first producing a prototype to test the design before mass producing the die casts, much money can be collected.
This Video of the aluminum alloy metal flow into a die casting mold to produce an Aluminum Heat Sink used in an Aluminum Lighting Fixture
Kinetic Die Casting Company www.kineticdc.com uses software to check the metal flow into into this Heat Sink Die Casting Mold. This Metal Flow video shows the metal flowing into the die casting Mold or Die Casting Tooling. Aluminum Heat Sinks like this one are used in the lighting industry. This video shows a two cavity die casting mold. Call us today at 818-982-9200
- Where Aluminum Lighting fixtures Are Used:
- Medical offices use hanging light fixtures.
- Parking garage lighting fixture housings.
- Bullet light fixture.
- Street traffic light housings.
- Walk light housings.
- High temperature light housings.
- Outdoor coach lights.
- Wall sconse fixtures.
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Call us when you need a lighting fixture part made in aluminum. We will be happy to tell you if you can save money using the die casting process.
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Automotive Die Casting Parts from
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Kinetic Die Casting Company makes several auto parts for our customers. This automotive parts video shows a few of the automotive parts we produce for our customers. On our website, we show other pictures of automotive parts. Aftermarket car parts manufacturers depend on companies like Kinetic Die Casting to help with the design of the part and produce auto parts at a competitive price.
Aluminum auto parts in this video are produced from a few parts to thousands of car parts a day. Many features of the automotive part are manufactured “near net shape” to save the cost of wasted materials and the additional labor of machining. Mounting holes are usually produced into the aluminum auto part during production. also saving cost. Many of the primary “tier one” automotive manufacturers have their own manufacturing plants. They also purchase aluminum automotive parts from companies such as Kinetic Die Casting Company.
Contact Kinetic Die Casting Company today if you need an automotive part in aluminum or zinc. We are located just north of Los Angeles, California at 6918 Beck Avenue, North Hollywood 91605.
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