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Dynacast Elgin creates over a million precision zinc and aluminum die cast components each day from their 112,000 square foot facility. Read more about this NADCA award-winning facility.
Avoid heavy flash and improve the surface and porosity of your part with your multi-slide A2 casting machines. Learn more here!
Fiber optic networks are going to grow significantly in the next few years. Developing countries are opting to fund fiber optic networks over transportation infrastructure because they realize how important having fast, reliable internet is to their economic growth.
Dynacast Germany is investing in the future with an enterprising apprenticeship program, which has already trained 41 apprentices in the fine art of tool making.
In an article from ABB Robotics, Dynacast Italy was highlighted because of our successful implementation of their robots. This addition allows us to expand our capabilities as well as helps us produce components more than 500 grams in weight faster and more efficiently.
Active safety cameras on cars are changing how people drive. Drivers are able to rely more heavily on the intelligent capabilities of their vehicles and this greatly reduces traffic accidents.
Heads up display technology is quickly moving from exclusively luxury vehicles to mass market vehicles at a rapid pace.
Dynacast’s Machine Building Center, located in Germany, has the engineering staff and facility capabilities to develop some of the most precise die casting machines in the world.
In 25 years at Dynacast, a differentiating factor in our business has always been our multi-slide technology. We have the ability to create machines, tools, and processes based on customers’ needs...
Because many manufacturing companies operate on a B2B basis, they haven’t realized the same need as other industries to be involved in the world of social media.
As the technology becomes cheaper, cars will increasingly be available with multiple active safety systems; this means that driving will inevitably become safer.
Lean manufacturing has continued to build in popularity over the past several years – and with good reason.
At Dynacast all of our machines need to meet certain standards. As a machine ages, technologies can become outdated and parts can wear.
The wearable device industry has been getting a significant amount of press as manufacturers churn out new devices at a rapid pace.
My previous blog post focused on three key areas that are critical to the success and growth of manufacturing: our people, our customers, and our plants. For this post, I want to expand on one of those key areas, our people. Dynacast’s employees are the reason we are as profitable and successful as we are.
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.
For my first blog post, I’m excited to guide you through a few highlights of Dynacast’s improved website. At Dynacast, we know that visitors need to not only have an easy, quick way to find information, but also the ability to see Dynacast’s alloys, process offerings, and design expertise in a precise, detailed manner.