Aluminum Die casting service

We can handle a wide range of aluminum part projects with high precision and complex shapes, with extremely tight tolerances and excellent surface finishes.

Die casting of aluminum alloy

Mainly used in aerospace, electronic communications, military, medical and other industries.

Aluminum Die casting is a process that involves the use of aluminum alloys in the manufacture of products, as there are many grades of aluminum. Aluminum alloys are highly machinable and relatively inexpensive, and different types of aluminum alloys are suitable for countless machining applications. This includes rigid building components, aerospace parts manufacturing, and more.

It does this by introducing aluminum alloys, highlighting their compositions, common applications, and the industries in which they are often used.

grade tensile strength Elongation at break Hardness density Maximum temperature
6061-T6 aluminum alloy 2.46 kgf/cm² 12.50% B95 2.768 g/cm² 1080° F
7075-T6 aluminum 4.78 kgf/cm² 11% B86 2.768 g/cm² 380° F
5052 aluminum 1.62 kgf/cm² 8 % B60 2.768 g/c㎡ 300° F
6063 aluminum 1.19 kgf/cm² 11% B55 2.768 g/c㎡ 212° F
MIC6 aluminum 1.68 kgf/cm² 3 % B65 2.768 g/c㎡ 1200° F

Can handle a wide variety of magnesium and aluminum milling projects that require high precision and complex shape machined parts with extremely tight tolerances and excellent surface finishes. We have cold chamber die casting machines and hot chamber die casting machines, and we are also equipped with advanced 3-axis, 4-axis, 5-axis CNC machining centers,

Processing Type smooth Semi-gloss matte Textured
Precision Die Casting A grade finish is made with a diamond polishing process that produces a shiny finish on injection molded parts. Grade B finishes use coarse sandpaper to produce rougher parts than Grade A parts. Custom-molded plastic parts with a B-grade finish have a matte surface texture. Grade C finishes use coarse grit to create a rough, uneven surface. C-finished injection molded parts have a matte surface texture. Grade D finishes use grit and dried glass beads or oxides to create a very rough textured finish. Depending on the type of material used, the product can have a satin or matte finish.