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Aluminum alloys possess high dimensional stability even when cast into complex shapes with thin walls. Aluminum die casting is efficient and economical and offers a wide range of durable shapes and components. Little or no machining is required after an aluminum part is die cast, because the process provides very close tolerances even during the production of very complex shapes. Read More…

Aluminum Die Casting Aluminum alloys possess high dimensional stability even when cast into complex shapes with thin walls. Aluminum die casting is efficient and economical and offers a wide range of durable shapes and components. Little or no machining is required after an aluminum part is die cast, because the process provides very close tolerances even during the production of very complex shapes.
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Hercules, CA  |  510-741-3170

Precision die castings plus a multitude of related services, including engineering, designing, machining, finishing and assembly, occur at A and B Die Casting. Specializing in low to medium volume solutions, we also offer competitive prices.

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Somerset, NJ  |  732-246-0070

Carteret Die Casting has grown from a two man and two machine operation in a tiny 1000 square foot space, to a company that has over 20 state-of-the-art equipment.

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Carteret Die Casting Corporation $$$

Lewis Center, OH  |  740-201-8112

Here at MES, Inc. we are a full-service global manufacturing and supply chain. We offer a number of different types of die castings including aluminum die casting, zinc die casting, investment die casting and much more.

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MES, Inc. $$$

Mira Loma, CA  |  951-681-3900

Precision Die Casting since 1950. Aluminum die casting and zinc die casting for aerospace, electronic, commercial industries. Turnkey operations from design or your blue print to assembly.

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Aluminum Die Casting Company, Inc. $$$

Diamond Bar, CA  |  877-484-6776

Impro Industries is globally recognized as a leading provider of sand castings. We have over 20 years of experience in creating high-end, geometrically complex sand castings from high-grade materials. We offer both machine and manual molding operations for resin sand casting, and we produce our parts in low or high volumes. We are dedicated to the quality of our work, ensuring the highest customer satisfaction. To learn more about our sand casting services, contact us today!

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Impro Industries USA, Inc. $$$

Terre Haute, IN  |  800-467-6252

Modern Aluminum Castings offers customers full-service die castings and related capabilities from design to delivery. We work with a large variety of metal options, making us your one-stop source.

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Modern Aluminum Castings Co., Inc. $$$

Mesa, AZ  |  818-486-1522

ZETWERK provides high quality die-cast components produced using range of materials including aluminum, zinc, copper, brass and bronze alloys. We also perform necessary secondary operations on the die-cast parts such as finish machining, surface treatment etc. ZETWERK is ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100D certified. Our die-casting plants are IATF 16949:2016 certified.

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ZETWERK $$$

Schiller Park, IL  |  847-671-7088

At Soldy, we are capable of engineering satisfactory die castings. Our high strength components are ideal for various job tasks and we are a flexible manufacturer who can adjust our schedule to yours. Capabilities include high-speed miniature zinc die castings, and up to 25 lbs aluminum die castings. Our representative are available to answer any questions and we are eager to work with you!

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Soldy Aluminum and Zinc Die Casting $$$
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Aluminum die castings can also be easily plated or finished. Aluminum's dimensional stability and heat resistance make it an ideal material for cast valve covers in automotive applications. Aluminum die castings are also commonly used in the production of hardware and tools because of their excellent resistance to corrosion and high temperatures. Because of the versatility of aluminum die castings, they can be found in aerospace applications, on boats, in plumbing systems and in an extensive variety of other applications.

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Aluminum die casting is a metal forming process in which molten aluminum metal is put under pressure and injected into a die. Aluminum die casts are lightweight alloys that feature good corrosion resistance, very favorable mechanical properties, high thermal and electrical conductivity and strength at high temperatures.

Metal castings have become an essential part of industry and commerce. Since the creation of the earliest recorded metal casting over four millennia ago, castings have come to occupy a very important part in innumerable industrial processes as well as in commercial and consumer products contexts. Despite the advances in casting technology since its inception, the basic concept of metal casting remains unchanged. In the specific context of aluminum casting, the process begins with a collection of raw material in a reservoir. That aluminum is then heated and pressurized until it becomes molten. Once molten, the aluminum is forced into a mold cavity that is specially designed to give the aluminum a new shape.

Once all of the aluminum has been forced into the mold, it forms around the contours of the mold. After having taken the mold's shape, the aluminum is allowed to cool, which causes it to become hard again. Once completely hardened and cooled, the metal is ejected from the mold as a newly die cast aluminum product. The product can then be prepared for shipment to customers, or, in rare cases, sent for additional processing. Because of aluminum's high melting point, aluminum casting must be performed in a cold chamber die caster. Aluminum die casting can be more energy intensive than other metal die casting processes, but many manufacturers still employ it because of the many benefits it presents.

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