26Sep

The Importance of Temperature in Die Casting

How hot does the metal get in die casting? It all depends on the metal you use and how carefully you adhere to die casting standards with respect to temperature. Does die casting mold temperature matter? It absolutely does. Die casting temperature control is a real issue if you wish to avoid die casting defects Read More


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19Mar

Die Casting vs. Injection Molding

When it comes to making your parts, you have a major decision to make. Should you make your parts using plastic injection molding or aluminum die casting? To help you decide, let’s look at the major advantages and disadvantages of each. What Is Die Casting vs. Injection Molding? The process of making a part is Read More


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26Feb

Die Casting Advantages

In the simplest terms, die casting is a process for creating metal parts by forcing molten metal under high pressure into steel molds, known as dies. The dies are made from tool steel and contain the pattern for the metal parts. After the molten metal is pushed into the steel molds, it’s left to cool Read More


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02Feb

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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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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