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The injected metal assembly (IMA) process is exclusively available at Dynacast Peterborough. Our ability to produce parts using the IMA process helps us offer a unique solution to our customers that many of our competitors cannot. This process joins two components together and creates a final assembled part that is strong, flash-free, and repeatable.
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...
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.
Mold release is a requirement for the die casting process. Learn more about its importance and functionality here.
Two common and very similar processes are die casting and investment casting. Learn the difference between each process and understand the advantages and disadvantages of each so that you can choose the right process for your project.
When searching for the answer to “How much does a die cast tool cost?” It is more important to understand why a good die cast tool costs what it does.
If you are using a conventional die casting process, it may be worth taking the time to understand how multi-slide works and how it could be a better fit for your project. If your part is less than 400g, multi-slide is usually the better option.
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.
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.