22May

Aluminum Die Casting Features & Die Life Considerations

Should you use aluminum for your die casting? There are a number of advantages in doing so. Aluminum is lightweight, corrosion resistant, has high thermal and electrical conductivity and is durable. Aluminum remains strong even at high temperatures, and it retains high dimensional stability even with thin walls and in complex shapes. It also has Read More


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15May

Middlesex County Vocation & Technical Schools Tour

May 9th, 2017 On May 9th Premier Die Casting hosted a group of 28 students from Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools in Rues Lane, East Brunswick, NJ. This visit was initiated by Judith Fleischer from the NJMEP office in Cedar Knolls, NJ. Judith is the special projects person at NJMEP which has helped manufacturing Read More


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24Mar

NADCA 2017 Executive Conference

The 2017 NADCA Executive Conference was held March 5th to the 8th at the Marriot Resort Hotel in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. This event is an annual conference for the executives of both NADCA and non NADCA members and there are very good speakers and subjects related to the die casting industry.  This year was a Read More


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02Mar

Die Casting Vs. Metal Extrusion

While die casting may be the most modern and popular form of metal shaping for manufacturing parts, there are certainly many others to consider. It can be helpful to know about a variety of metal shaping methods in order to best determine what process is right for you, your parts and your business. One type Read More


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15Feb

Die Casting vs. Powdered Metal

When it comes to shaping for manufacturing metal parts, you have a number of options available to you. The method you may know the best is die casting, but it’s understandable to be curious about other options. An interesting alternative to die casting for metal parts manufacture is powdered metal. While die casting is appropriate Read More


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