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High pressure die casting is a fast, repeatable process that delivers quality metal components, every time—but only if your component is designed properly. Read about our most frequently asked questions related to die cast design.
Watch as this cell creates die cast parts and seamlessly runs them through the entire production process, without the touch of a single hand.
Corrosion resistance refers to how well a metal withstands damage caused by oxidization or similar chemical reactions—usually over time. Read how we handle corrosion resistance and what metals are best.
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.
The high strength properties of ZA-27, combined with its castability, enable our team of engineers to design for strength but at the same time reduce the overall material content of competing materials.
Designed for speed, agility, and flexibility, the 115,000 square foot die casting plant manufactures more than 144 million parts a year for a number of different industries.
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.