Aluminium Die Casting

Aluminium die casting is a process manufacturing process where aluminium (or aluminium alloys) are molted under high pressure to produce and custom, defined, smooth and textured-surface parts of the desired shape. This process can be executed through either the hot chamber or cold chamber die casting process – with the latter being more common due to aluminium’s high melting point of 1150 degrees Fahrenheit. 

With the use of steel mold to produce large quantities of castings rapidly, the aluminium die casting process is relatively straightforward. Aluminium is first molted using high-pressure techniques. Then, the casting cycle begins with two die halves being tightly clamped together by a die casting press, followed by the injection of molten aluminium into the die cavity. Once it solidifies, the shape is formed, and the die halves are drawn apart for the casting to be ejected.

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    Frequently Asked Questions About Aluminium Die Casting

    Aluminium die casting alloys possess distinctive features such as lightweight, corrosion resistance and high electrical and thermal conductivity. These allow them to find a place in virtually every type of application, which includes the replacement of iron and steel components in vehicles, building partitions, handheld devices and more. 

    Known as one of the most common non-ferrous die casted metal across the globe, many manufacturers opt for aluminum due to the following advantages: 

    • Durable 
    • Corrosion-resistant
    • Highly conductive
    • Cost-effective
    • Fully recyclable and reusable in production 
    • High level of accuracy 
    • Extremely lightweight 
    • Immaculate finishing

    Aluminium A380 and A383 are two of the most common aluminium alloy used. However, it all boils down to your needs and project requirements. To find the right aluminium profile, we would highly recommend that you speak to your supplier.