Medical-Grade Die Castings

When designing medical devices, it’s important that manufacturers address patient safety, clinical needs and human error. As this field grows more technologically advanced and complex, addressing these concerns is increasingly challenging.  Health care manufacturers must closely examine industry trends and seek out high-quality materials when designing products — all while ensuring these devices comply with Read More

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Why Should You Choose High-Pressure Die Casting?

High-pressure die casting uses a hydraulic piston system to inject molten metals into a steel cast, known as a die, to create complex parts using the most efficient possible methods. There are numerous advantages to pressure-casting metal, including an increase in overall production output and greater flexibility in functional, mechanical and decorative finishes.  High-pressure aluminum Read More

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Die Cast Tooling 101

Several industries use die casting since it provides numerous benefits. Die casting makes it possible to produce complex shapes and quality parts in large quantities with better precision than the other production processes. While there’s a lot of information regarding metal casting 101, those focusing on die cast tooling are more limited. This article explains Read More

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The Best Aluminum Alloys for Die Casting

It is generally agreed that die casting with aluminum is one of the most cost-effective and sustainable ways to create metal parts. When using aluminum, you will have to choose which aluminum casting alloys to use in the process. Here is some technical information on aluminum alloys to help you get a better sense of Read More

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Aluminum Die Casting Design Guide

Die casting, the process of forcing molten metal into a mold cavity under extreme pressure, is a standard manufacturing process in numerous industries. While die casting can occur using various metals, aluminum is one of the more common materials. Die casting has stood the test of time. Since its invention in 1884, it’s become a preferred Read More

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