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Aluminum Die Casting

Understanding Aluminum High Pressure Die Casting.

Aluminum die casting, shortened in HPDC, is a manufacturing process that produces metal parts by casting liquid aluminum in molds. Essentially, this method involves forcing molten aluminum under high pressure into reusable metal dies.

From Raw Material to CNC Machined Product:

Interestingly, die casting is one of the most efficient processes for transforming raw materials into a finished product. The distance the material travels from its initial state to the final product is remarkably short, making it a preferred method in manufacturing.

Applications of Die Casted Products

Moreover, the die-casted products we manufacture with our certified partners in Vietnam find their use in a diverse range of fields. These include automotive parts, medical equipment, various machines and devices, electronics, renewable energy solutions like EV charging and solar panels, as well as food-related devices.

Post Processing of Die Casting:

Subsequently, after the die casting process, the parts undergo deburring. This can be performed manually or with a tumbler deburring machine. Additionally, if further polishing is necessary to achieve a smooth surface, we mechanically polish the parts by hand or use a tumbler polishing machine.

Surface Finishing Possibilities

We offer the following surface finishing processes:

  • Electrophoretic Deposition (ED) Coating
  • Chrome Plating
  • Nickel Plating
  • Anodizing
  • Chromating
  • Sand Blasting (using glass beads, stainless steel beads, or aluminum grit)
  • Powder Coating

These finishing techniques ensure that the products meet the quality expectations.