Magnesium Die Casting Services

Machining magnesium alloy parts with excellent mechanical properties and precision from metal, Die Casting available

Characteristics of magnesium alloys

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

Corrosion and mechanical properties have many characteristics: fast heat dissipation, light weight, good rigidity, certain corrosion resistance and dimensional stability, impact resistance, wear resistance, good attenuation performance And easy to recycle; in addition, it also has the characteristics of high thermal conductivity and electrical conductivity, non-magnetic, good shielding, non-toxic and so on.

Magnesium alloys are the lightest structural metals with a high strength-to-weight ratio. Magnesium is the lightest structural metal with a high strength-to-weight ratio

grade tensile strength Elongation at break Yield Point density Maximum temperature tensile modulus
AZ91D magnesium alloy 230 MPa 3.0 % 150 MPa 1.81 g/c㎡ 595 °C 44.8 GPa
AZ80A magnesium alloy 290 MPa 2~5.0 % 179 MPa 1.81 g/c㎡ 595 °C 45 GPa
AZ31B magnesium alloy 280 MPa 8 % 160 MPa 1.76 g/c㎡ 596 °C 46 GPa
ZK61B magnesium alloy 330 MPa 12 % 178 MPa 1.81 g/c㎡ 630 °C 47GPa
AZ61B magnesium alloy 280 MPa 14 % 165 MPa 1.81 g/c㎡ 653 °C 45 GPa
AM60B magnesium alloy 221 MPa 4.0 % 131 MPa 1.81 g/c㎡ 482 °C 44.8 GPa

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.