Die Casting

Castings

This process produces high precision, thin walled, light weight parts with excellent corrosion resistance and superior electrical properties. The most common alloys used for die casting are Aluminum, Zinc, Copper (Brass, Bronze), and Magnesium alloys.

We produce OEM custom engineered Die Casting parts using Cold Chamber and Hot Chamber Die Casting.

Our Die Cast parts can be manufactured using machines with tonnage ranging from 25 to 1,400 tons.

  • Aluminum Alloy
  • Zinc Alloy
  • Copper Alloy
  • Magnesium Alloy
  • Machined Parts
  • Robotic Brushed Finish
  • Powder Coating
  • Silk Screen Printing
  • Bead Blasting
  • Assembly

Gravity Casting

This is a process also commonly referred to as Permanent Mold Casting. Typically used for non-ferrous alloys such as Aluminum, Zinc, and Copper based (Brass, Bronze).

Gravity Casting offers a good dimensional accuracy with complex geometry and a smoother cast finish compared to Sand Casting. Most Gravity Cast parts will go through a heat treatment process.

We provide value added Gravity Cast parts based on the customers' requirements, such as Machining, Coatings, Anodizing, and Assembly.

  • Aluminum Alloy
  • Zinc Alloy
  • Copper Alloy
  • Magnesium Alloy
  • Machined Parts
  • Robotic Brushed Finish
  • Powder Coating
  • Hard Anodizing
  • Heat Treatment
  • Bead Blasting
  • Assembly

Investment Casting

This process creates high precision parts/components for a variety of industrial applications. The biggest advantage of investment casting is the elimination of secondary machined features on the complex engineered parts/components.

We offer Investment Casting products commonly known as Lost Wax Casting. All parts adhere to superior standards of finish using a wide range of alloys.

  • Stainless Steel
  • Monel
  • Hastealloy
  • Nickel Alloys
  • Cast Iron
  • Brass and Bronze
  • Carbon Steel
  • High Precision Machining
  • Robotic Brushed Finish
  • Powder Coating
  • Bead Blasting
  • Assembly

Sand Casting

This is one of the oldest and simplest casting methods. Sand Casting is suitable for forming the wide verity of shapes and sizes.

We offer value added Sand Casting parts based on customers' requirements, such as machining, Coatings, Anodizing and Assembly. On top of that, we provide cost effective molds while maintaining high quality Sand Casting standards.

  • Aluminum Alloy
  • Zinc Alloy
  • Copper Alloy
  • DI & CI
  • Machined Parts
  • Powder Coating
  • Heat Treatment
  • Bead Blasting
  • Assembly