Die Casting Services

Die casting is an economical and efficient manufacturing process used for the production of metal parts that have complex geometrical forms. These metal parts produced with the die casting process are formed by reusable molds, known as dies.

Why Choose Us for Die Casting Services?

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Reach Market Faster

We offer a highly professional casting process with the best-performing parts and affordable rates, allowing us to deliver casting parts with outstanding speed. We help you get to the market faster.

In-Time Production and Delivery

We don’t just claim it, we strive for it. With our automated production equipment, efficient team, and solid supply chain system, we guarantee timely production and delivery every time.

Reliable Quality

With top-grade materials, an expert team, and firm quality assurance, we are fully dedicated to maintaining the highest standards of quality.

Exceptional After Sale and Customer Services

Our dedication to every casting project begins with the first technical consulting until the completion of the project and sometimes even beyond that.

Our Working Process

Here is the typical working order to expect when you hire us for our die casting services:

Submit Request

Submit your free quote request with a description and technical drawing of your product. In case of no technical drawing, no worries. We can reverse engineer.

DFM & Quotation

We usually get back to you within 24 hours.

Casting & Machining

Once you approve the quote and make the deposit, we start working on the initial work of tooling, creating the stamping die, preparing a CNC machine, and so on.


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Services We Offer

What are the Different Methods Used for Die Casting?

Multi-Slide Die Casting

Our multi-slide die casting is a high-speed, temperature-controlled process used to manufacture thin-walled components

Hot Chamber Die Casting

The hot chamber die casting is used for zinc, a few magnesium alloys, and other low melting alloys that do not erode metal pots, cylinders, and plungers.

Cold Chamber Die Casting

This process, best suited for metals with high melting points, liquefies metal and then scoops it into a cold chamber where a hydraulically operated plunger pushes the metal into the die.

Vacuum Die Casting

This die casting process delivers enhanced strength and minimal penetrability by using a vacuum system that reduces turbulence and limits the volume of gases in the process. Here, the cylinder chamber becomes a vacuum, forcing the molten metal into the die.

Materials Used for Die Casting

Most die castings are made up of non-ferrous metals. There are four most common materials used for die casting, including:

Aluminum Alloys

Aluminum alloys are light in weight and can endure the highest operating temperatures. Here are some of its unique properties that make them highly useful for making a wide variety of products:

  • High operating temperatures
  • Lightweight
  • Exceptional corrosion resistance
  • Outstanding strength
  • Excellent thermal conductivity
  • High electrical conductivity
  • Fine finishing characteristics
  • Fully recyclable
  • Endure the highest operating temperatures of all the die cast alloys
  • Can retain high dimensional stability with thin walls

Zinc Alloys

Zinc alloys are an important part of the die casting process, with properties greater than many other alloys. Some of its most useful characteristics include:

  • Great strength and rigidity
  • Brilliant electrical conductivity
  • High thermal conductivity
  • Low in cost as a raw material
  • High dimensional accuracy and stability
  • Superb thin wall capability
  • Ability to cold form
  • High-quality finishing characteristics
  • Great corrosion resistance
  • Fully recyclable

Magnesium Alloys

Another material commonly used for die casting is magnesium and its alloys. Many people, in fact, prefer magnesium, as it is best suited for complex casting with its high tolerances and enhanced resistance to corrosion. Here are its best qualities that make it perfect for die casting:

  • High electrical and thermal conductivity
  • Ability to endure high operating temperatures
  • High dimensional accuracy and stability
  • Superb thin wall capability
  • Good resistance to environmental corrosion
  • Good finishing characteristics
  • Fully recyclable
Materials Used For Die Casting


Tolerance standards in die casting depend on the type of metal alloy used and specific factors of the object that’s being cast, such as its size and length.

Our standards for tolerancing die castings go beyond the industry. We consider the functional requirements, dimensions, and features that are critical for operations, and then we choose the process that will achieve them. Looking at tolerances, we carefully measure:

  • The form of the die cast component
  • The proximity of the feature
  • Its relation and impact on other features on the part


Although not always required, the option of finishing as part of the die casting process can help you further customize, and the look of your final product. From adding a decorative touch to improving chemical resistance, you can use any finishing option you like. Some of our most popular finishing options for die casting include:

  • Standard/As manufactured
  • Sandblasting
  • Sanding
  • Painting
  • Powder Coating
  • CNC Machining
  • Anodizing
  • Customized according to your demands
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Industry Applications

Industry applications

Die casting services by us have a large variety of applications across all industries, including:

Die casting works remarkably for making components out of high-strength aluminum or lightweight magnesium for automotive and aerospace applications.

Die cast components are used to produce complex medical devices such as pacemakers, ultrasound machines, dialysis equipment, monitoring devices, and more.

The electronics industry integrates die cast components in a wide variety of systems for their flexibility, conductivity, durability, and lightweight.


Various energy-based sectors are dependent on die casting components for piping, drilling, valves, filtration devices, flow controls, impellers, and more.

Die Casting Services – What are They?

The whole process of die casting takes place in facilities called foundries by applying high pressure onto molten materials and forcing them into dies of various shapes. These dies, also called molds or die molds, are then allowed to cool down. 

The die casting method is particularly useful when large quantities of small to medium-sized parts are required with good details, surface quality, and dimensional consistency.

Benefits of Die Casting Process

Die casting is a critical metal fabrication method useful to various operations and industries. Due to its economic production and simple operation. Yet, it also offers various other benefits, such as:


You can use a single die again and again, allowing you to quickly create as much of individual parts as you want with the exact same specification.

Repeatability with Consistency

Die casting is favored for its precision and repeatable results, which are essential for many metal parts and industries.


Speed, precision, and low wastage all help die casting offer a cost-effective method of mass-producing metal parts.


Die casting can be stunningly simple or incredibly complex, tailored according to your specific requirements.


Die casting is an economical manufacturing process that uses high pressure to inject molten metal into reusable steel die, and then left to cool down.

The die casting process most commonly uses alloys of the following elements:

  • Aluminum
  • Zinc
  • Magnesium
  • Copper
  • Lead / Tin

Typically, the die casting process refers to using high pressures to inject molten metal into a reusable die. There are different variations to this process, including hot chamber die casting, cold chamber die casting, vacuum die casting, and more.

There is no need to worry. You can just provide us with a description, and we can reverse engineer it to reach your product ourselves.

Sand casting and die casting are both important metal fabrication processes. The difference lies in the material used in forming the molds. The die casting process requires a metal mold, whereas sand casting uses a mold made out of sand.