Learn how we’ve provided customers across the world with the most innovative, cost-effective solutions.
Dynacast improved automotive locking fuel door parts with high-quality tooling, optimal material choice, and engineering expertise. Find out why the customer made the switch to die casting with Dynacast.
Light set out to develop a camera that combined the convenience and portability of a cell phone with the high image quality of a DSLR rig. They turned to Dynacast to meet their extraordinarily tight specifications.
Speed, cost effectiveness, the ability to meet very tight tolerances, and materials expertise all helped make Dynacast a valuable partner for Springs Window Fashions.
To arrive at the ideal specs, Dynacast took Revolar through DFM (design for manufacturing) sessions covering process, material, and finishes.
When you think of an outdoor deck, the first thing you think of is probably wood. But what if there’s a better option? Something that won’t degrade, warp, rot or require regular annual maintenance?
GoPro needed to affordably deliver that same, incredible stability to adventure athletes on the ground, underwater or in flight—instead of the bounced-around “shaky cam” look that’s inevitable with a handheld device.
Read how Piolax turned to Dynacast when their original die cast manufacturer failed. Recommended by one of their other suppliers, Dynacast exceed all expectations.
Levitate Technologies set out to create a solution for professionals whose work requires constant shoulder mobility. In the process, and with the help of Dynacast, they ushered in the new age of worker safety and productivity: exoskeleton technology.
Dynacast showcased different material strengths through rapid prototyping capabilities before making the final decision to convert from plastic injection molding to zinc die casting.
Giles Miller’s task was to come up with an eye-catching look for the front counter of Butlers Chocolate Café in Dublin Airport, run by the Irish-owned luxury chocolate maker.