Product Description and Process
high pressure aluminum die casting process foundry manufacturer
Production process: aluminum die casting process
Machining process: CNC machine, machining center, lathe, mill machine, drill machine, etc.
Surface treatment process: anodic oxidation, Dacromet coating, etc.
Product Material and Uses
Normally produce with JIS ADC1, ADC3, ADC5, ADC6, ADC10, ADC12, ASTM A413, A360, A380, A383, etc.
The aluminum casting products are widely used for electronic industry, auto-car parts, electric motor parts, aero craft parts, watercraft parts, medical treatment equipment, communication system, other machinery components, etc.
Aluminum Alloy Characteristics:
High operating temperatures
Outstanding corrosion resistance
Very good strength and hardness
Good stiffness and strength-to-weight ratio
Excellent EMI and RFI shielding properties
Excellent thermal conductivity
High electrical conductivity
Good finishing characteristics
Aluminum’s strength, corrosion resistance, and heat dissipating properties offer mechanical designers significant advantages. And our proprietary Thin Wall Aluminum Technology has made aluminum die casting an option for even more applications.
Advantages of Aluminum Die Casting
One of the most significant benefits of aluminum die casting is that it creates lighter parts—with more surface finishing options than other die cast alloys. Aluminum can also withstand the highest operating temperatures of all the die cast alloys. Moreover, cast aluminum is versatile, corrosion resistant; it retains high dimensional stability with thin walls and can be used in almost any industry.
Applications for Aluminum:
Aluminum castings improve automotive fuel efficiency by contributing to weight saving requirements
Aluminum is used in a broad range of networking and infrastructure equipment in the telecom and computing industries because RF filter boxes and housings require heat dissipation
In handheld devices, aluminum castings provide EMI/RFI shielding, rigidity, and durability with minimal weight.
Because of aluminum’s excellent electrical performance and shielding properties, even in high-temperature environments, die cast aluminum is ideal for electronic connectors and housings.