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Historically, in order to cast aluminum with thin-wall sections, we would have used custom formulated high-fluidity alloys. However, our engineers recently developed a method to apply this technology to standard alloys. Read more here.
It is no doubt that we are a hyper-connected society. With internet browsing and live streaming at our fingertips, consumers are constantly connected. Fiber optic broadband is becoming the gold standard in homes and businesses across the world. The best thing about fiber optics is that it can offer much faster speeds over much longer distances—if the components are working properly. When it comes to fiber optics and their metal components, reliability matters most.
As I mentioned in my previous blog on A2 machines, one of Dynacast’s distinguishing factors are our unique machine capabilities. We have proprietary machines that use multi-slide technology and create fast cycle times and precision components.
One of the factors that continues to distinguish Dynacast from our competitors are our unique four slide (multi-slide) machines. We have many different types of proprietary machines that allow customers a variety of options for die casting.
At Dynacast we are often asked what tips we have that can improve a part design. I wanted to share with you some of the more common design tips that we recommend for die casting.
Eastern Alloys, Inc is constantly working on new alloys that result in better, more economical ways to die cast. By working closely with them, Dynacast offers alloys that many of its competitors do not.
Aluminum is one of the most commonly used materials in die casting. It’s lightweight, strong, rigid, and can withstand high temperatures, which makes it common across many industries.