18May

Die Casting Tolerance Standards

Tolerance standards in die casting are determined by the type of metal alloy used and specific elements of the object being cast, such as size and length. It’s essential to consider the part as a whole when you’re manufacturing pieces. However, additional components like the proximity of features within the part and those features’ proximity Read More


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04May

Guide to Sand Casting

People have been using sand casting for generations and, today, it’s still one of the most frequently used processes for producing cast parts. Manufacturers value it for its versatility, its cost-effectiveness and its ability to withstand high temperatures, among other beneficial characteristics. In this guide, we’ll discuss how to sand cast and when to choose it for Read More


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27Apr

Automation in Die Casting

The relationship between manufacturing and automation is nothing new. Since Henry Ford introduced the first assembly line, automated processes have been a critical part of manufacturing operations. Today, with the increasing sophistication of robots and the growth of artificial intelligence, the role of automation in manufacturing is greater than ever before. So where does automation Read More


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20Apr

Die Casting vs. 3D Printing

For decades, die casting has been accepted as an extremely effective and reliable way to manufacture parts, especially metal parts. While die casting has stood the test of time, other methods of parts manufacturing have come to the forefront with technological advances, specifically 3D printing. If you need quality parts manufactured for your operations, you Read More


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