Material Information

Creating the perfect component begins with choosing the right material. And when it comes to making this choice, we don’t believe in limiting your options.
  • Most of our factories use small machines with small melt pots which eliminate the need for a centralized furnace
  • This gives us greater flexibility, allowing us to melt different materials when needed
  • We keep multiple alloys in stock at all times
  • We develop alloys specifically to improve mechanical properties and enhance corrosion resistance
  • We supply a wide range of cosmetic finishes such as anodized aluminum

Our multiple material options ensure you enjoy a number of unique benefits:

  • You get greater design freedom to create the geometry and component features your product demands
  • Our wide range of alloys allows you to select specific options to reduce weight and costs
  • You’re assured you’ll always be able to find the right alloy for your component without having to rely on several different suppliers

  • Aluminum Die Casting Metals

    Aluminum’s strength, corrosion resistance, and heat dissipating properties offer mechanical designers significant advantages. And our proprietary Thin Wall Aluminum Technology has made aluminum die casting an option for even more applications.

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  • Zinc Die Casting Metals

    Zinc, although heavier than other metals, can be a superior option when it comes to strength and durability. And it can be more a cost effective option too. Zinc has a higher melting point than other metals — which means it uses less energy during the manufacturing process. Many manufacturers find die casting in zinc to be the ideal alternative to machined, pressed, stamped, and fabricated components. 

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Last updated 03.25.2024