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When considering a viable production process for a project, companies across all industries ask the same question:
How can we cut cost without sacrificing part quality or performance?
Recently, there has been a lot of buzz surrounding the feasibility and functionality of zero draft angles in die casting, or casting a metal component without conceding...
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.
The rapid growth of a new generation of automobiles is driving new engineering innovations and advancements in technology but it is also creating challenges for automotive designers, engineers, and their suppliers.
There are many die casting companies that make tools in order to manufacture a customer’s product. So why are Dynacast’s tools higher quality? As the Operations Manager for Dynacast’s Germantown tooling division, I’ve seen first hand why our tools are preferred over others in the business.
Involving Dynacast engineers early in the design process is an important step to reduce lead time and give you a competitive advantage.
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.
Fiber optic broadband is becoming the gold standard in homes and businesses across the world. When it comes to fiber optics and their metal components, reliability matters most.
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...
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.
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.