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Our Die Casting Services

With competitive prices and unmatched precision, from aluminum alloy prototyping to die-cast production, get impeccable and stable performancealuminum alloy die-cast parts, and get free die-casting quotes and design feedback within hours.

Advanced Equipment & Cost-Effective Price

ISO 9001 & ISO13485 Certified Factory

10+ Years of Die Casting

Tolerance down to 0.001mm

Instant Die Casting Quotes

7/24 technical support

Auto parts machining

Our Robust Die Casting Capabilities

  • 80+

    Die Casting Machines

  • ±0.001 mm


  • 1PC


  • 12+

    Surface Finishes

Our Precision Die Casting Services

NOBLE has been offering die casting services to various industries for over 10 years. We provide a range of manufacturing options to choose from, and our skilled team can help with design optimization, material selection, and manufacturability evaluation. Help provide robust and durable parts and prototypes.

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    Hot Chamber Die Casting

    Hot chamber die casting, also known as gooseneck casting, is a manufacturing process that is mainly used for casting metals with low melting points like zinc, tin, and lead-based alloys. One notable aspect of this process is that the metal is melted and kept in a furnace that is connected to the die casting machine. Benefits of hot chamber die casting includes faster cycle times, reduced energy consumption, and lower equipment expenses. However, it is limited to low-melting materials due to the fact that the molten metal comes into direct contact with the furnace and other components.

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    Cold Chamber Die Casting

    Cold chamber die casting also called injection die casting, is a method used for casting metals with high melting points, like copper, aluminum, and magnesium alloys. This process involves introducing the molten metal into a mold cavity from an external furnace instead of keeping it in the machine. Cold chamber die casting offers several advantages, including the ability to cast high melting point alloys, better control of molten metal temperature, and reduced wear on machine components. However, it typically has longer cycle times compared to hot chamber die casting.

  • ALuminum Die Casting Mold
    ALuminum Die Casting Mold

    Create reliable small precision die-casting molds for custom die-cast parts. Let you get accurate and excellent custom die-casting molds to produce high-quality die-casting parts. Leverage our commitment to quality, fast production, and competitive pricing to produce long-life, high stability die casting molds.

  • Zin Die casting Molds
    Zin Die casting Mold

    With more than 10 years of rich die-casting mold experience, advanced die-casting mold equipment, and professional technical engineers, NOBLE produces long-life, high-stability, and consistent die-casting molds at competitive prices. NOBLE is good at designing and manufacturing die-casting molds for auto parts, 5G communication equipment, aviation parts, electrical and electronic, and medical equipment.

Die Casting from Prototyping to Production

Die casting is a very efficient method for producing high-quality prototypes and small-batch parts, making it a good choice for a variety of applications. Our engineering team is here to help you meet your production goals by delivering experienced die-casting services.

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    A cost-effective and time-efficient way for producing high-quality prototypes. The prototype employs low-cost tooling, giving it a cost-effective method of producing prototypes with varying materials and design changes.

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    Market Testing

    A low-cost and efficient process for producing high-quality prototypes. This approach makes use of low-cost tooling, making it a cost-effective solution to generate prototypes with varying materials and design revisions.

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    On-Demand Production

    Die casting parts are good options for custom and first-run production. It is a cost-effective way to test product quality before starting full-scale production.

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    Fast Delivery

    We can not only provide faster engineering technical support but also equipped with a strong supply chain system and advanced die-casting equipment so that you can obtain unparalleled die-casting parts with stable performance and shorten your product development cycle.

Die Casting Standards

With precision die casting services, NOBLE is your ideal partner to create precision machined prototypes and parts Tolereance is down to 0.001. We can also achieve special tolerances as long as you indicate your requirements for your drawing.



Minimum part weight

0.017 kg

Maximum part weight

12 kg

Minimum part size

17 mm × 4 mm

Maximum part size

300 mm × 650 mm

Minimum wall thickness

0.8 mm

Maximum wall thickness

12.7 mm

Tolerance class for casting

ISO 8062 ST5

Minimum possible batch

1000 pcs

Materials for Die Casting

Metals with low fusing temperatures, such as aluminum, zinc, magnesium, lead, and copper, are commonly used in die casting. Some ferrous and uncommon metals, however, can also be used. Some common materials as following:


Aluminum die castingoffers numerous advantages, including lightweight construction, high strength-to-weight ratio, excellent machinability, thermal conductivity, corrosion resistance, design flexibility, cost efficiency, and recyclability. These properties make aluminum a popular choice for various applications and contribute to its widespread use in die casting processes.


Magnesium's lightweight nature, high strength-to-weight ratio, excellent machinability, heat dissipation properties, dimensional stability, EMI/RF shielding capabilities, and recyclability make it a valuable material for die casting. Its unique combination of properties opens up opportunities for lightweight and high-performance components in industries such as automotive, aerospace, electronics, and consumer goods.


Traditional die casting processes usually avoid using copper due to its high melting point and challenging properties. However, a specific variant called copper alloy die casting is designed for casting copper-based alloys. This specialized technique produces high-quality copper-based components that offer excellent corrosion resistance and strength. Despite not being commonly used, copper alloy die casting is tailored to the unique properties and requirements of copper-based alloys, making them suitable for a range of industries and applications.


Zinc die castingoffers several advantages, including excellent castability, high strength, corrosion resistance, design flexibility, high production efficiency, and recyclability. These properties make zinc a popular choice for a wide range of applications, particularly those that require complex shapes, precision, and cost-effective production. including automotive, electronics, telecommunications, consumer goods, and more. Common examples of zinc die cast components include automotive parts, electrical connectors, door handles, hinges, faucets, and various household appliances.

Surface Finishes for Die Casting

NOBLE can help improve the surface qualities of your products by offering a diverse range of surface finishes. Surface finishes on your customized parts aim to improve their appearance, surface hardness, and roughness, chemical and corrosion resistance, and so on. They also aid in the concealment of any visible tool marks from areas cut with live tooling. Here are some of your best options.

AnodizingAnodizing improves corrosion resistance, enhancing wear resistance and hardness, and protecting the metal surface. Widely used in mechanical parts, aircraft, and automobile parts, precision instruments, etc.AluminumClear, black, grey, red, blue, gold.Smooth, matte finish
Powder CoatingPowder coating is a type of coating that is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder. Unlike conventional liquid paint which is delivered via an evaporating solvent, powder coating is typically applied electrostatically and then cured under heat or with ultraviolet light.Aluminum, Stainless Steel, SteelBlack, any RAL code or Pantone numberGloss or semi-gloss
ElectroplatingElectroplating can be functional, decorative or corrosion-related. Many industries use the process, including the automotive sector, in which chrome-plating of steel automobile parts is common.Aluminum, steel, Stainless SteelN/ASmooth, Glossy finish
PolishingPolishing is the process of creating a smooth and shiny surface, either through physical rubbing of the part or by chemical interference. The process produces a surface with significant specular reflection, but in some materials is able to reduce diffuse reflection.Aluminum, Brass, Stainless Steel, SteelN/AGlossy
BrushingBrushing is a surface treatment process in which abrasive belts are used to draw traces on the surface of a material, usually for aesthetic purposes.ABS, Aluminum, Brass, Stainless Steel, SteelN/ASatin

Why Choose Us for Custom Die Casting Services

NOBLE uses advanced technology and has a team of skilled professionals who are dedicated to putting our customers first. Our die casting services are precise, efficient, cost-effective, and produce high-quality results. By choosing our die casting services, you can elevate your business to new levels of success.

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    Economical Price & Perfect Quality

    We offer the same quality at the lowest price. We strictly control the quality of machining and the finish treatment to ensure that you receive exactly what you designed.

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    Robust Manufacturing Capabilities

    NOBLE pride ourselves on our exceptional manufacturing capabilities that offer a wide range of materials and surface finishes. Whether it's a small or large production run, we provide a comprehensive one-stop solution for all project requirements. Our manufacturing capacity is unparalleled, ensuring that each die casting part is of the highest quality, meets all dimensional requirements, and performs exceptionally.

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    Strict Quality Control

    As an ISO 9001 & ISO13485 Certified Factory, NOBLE is dedicated to providing precise die casting services. Our engineering team conducts strict quality inspections at various stages of the manufacturing process, including pre-production, in-production, first article inspection, and before delivery to guarantee the production of the highest quality.

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    Fast Lead Time

    With domestic certified factories and a strong supply chain system, but also with domestic workshops and state-of-the-art machinery, we can speed up product development cycles and get ready for your aluminum alloy die casting parts as soon as possible.

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    High Precision Die Casting Parts

    We strictly implement the quality management system to ensure that the product quality is consistent and in line with expectations. A thorough inspection also ensures that the precision-machined parts you receive are free of any unnecessary defects.

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    24/7 Engineering Support

    Wherever you are in the world, you can rely on our 24/7 engineering support, year round. Our experienced engineers can provide the most suitable solution for your part custom design, wide material selection, impeccable finishing options and even delivery time.

Work with Us in 4 Simple Steps Only

With many years of manufacturing experience, NOBLE offers the best solutions for all rapid prototyping and low-volume manufacturing needs. We streamline the innovation cycle into four simple but effective steps.

  • Upload Your Design

    Just simply upload your CAD filesand submit RFQs with clear infor-mation online.

  • Receive Design Analysis

    We'll send you design for manufa-cturability analysis and transparent pricing.

  • Start Manufacturing

    Our experts will produce your parts with the required technologies and materials.

  • Receive Your Parts

    Your parts will be delivered to your door directly with stringent deadlines.

Case Display of Die Casting Parts

Please take a look at our customized precision aluminum alloy die-casting parts for valued customers, from prototype design to die-casting molding, to obtain impeccable surface treatment and stable performance of aluminum alloy die-casting parts at competitive prices.

  • Auto cylinder head aluminum alloy die casting
  • Auto cylinder parts machining
  • Auto Parts Die Casting machining
  • Automotive aluminum alloy concave crankcase engine die casting
  • Automotive Zero Aluminum Alloy Engine Die Casting
  • Die-casting of aluminum alloy automobile engine block

See What Our Customers Say About Us

Mark Alford
Alexander ---- Lead Engineering

I recently had the pleasure of utilizing the die casting services provided by NOBLE, and I must say, I am thoroughly impressed. From start to finish, their professionalism and attention to detail were exceptional. The team worked closely with me to understand my project requirements and delivered outstanding results. The die-cast parts produced were of impeccable quality, with precise dimensions and flawless finishes. The customer service was top-notch, and the turnaround time was impressive. I highly recommend their die casting services to anyone in need of high-quality, reliable, and efficient manufacturing solutions.

Lucas ---- Automative Engineering

I have been working with this NOBLE for my die casting needs for several years now, and their commitment to excellence never ceases to amaze me. Their die casting expertise is unparalleled, and they consistently deliver exceptional results. What truly sets them apart is their outstanding customer support. They are responsive, and proactive, and provide regular updates throughout the manufacturing process. I have complete confidence in their abilities and highly recommend their die casting services to anyone seeking top-quality manufacturing solutions.

Benjamin ---- Vice President

I am extremely satisfied with the results of NOBLE's die-casting services. Not only did they produce high-quality die-cast parts, but they also ensured prompt delivery within the agreed timeline. The attention to detail exhibited by their team was commendable, resulting in parts that met my exact specifications. The company's commitment to quality and precision is evident in every aspect of its work. I appreciate their professionalism, reliability, and dedication to customer satisfaction. If you're searching for reliable die casting services with on-time delivery,I sincerely recommend them.

Ethan ---- Senior Engineering

I had the pleasure of working with NOBLE for my complex die casting project, and I am delighted with the outcome. Their die casting services exceeded my expectations in every way. The team's technical expertise, coupled with their state-of-the-art equipment, ensured the production of flawless die-cast parts. The attention to detail, precision, and commitment to quality were evident throughout the entire process. Additionally, their excellent project management and clear communication made the entire experience seamless and hassle-free. I highly recommend their die casting services to anyone seeking top-tier manufacturing solutions that deliver exceptional results.

Die Casting of Applications

Die casting plays an important role in parts manufacturing in automotive, aerospace, electronics, appliances, telecommunications, and medical equipment. NOBLE specializes in providing cutting-edge manufacturing solutions for various industrial applications. Our focus is on delivering superior quality parts at competitive prices to valued customers across multiple industries.

  • Oil & Gas
    Oil & Gas

    Die casting plays a vital role in making it an ideal manufacturing process for components used in solar power generation, wind energy, electric vehicles, energy storage, hydrogen fuel cells, and energy-efficient solutions. As the demand for sustainable energy technologies continues to grow, die casting will remain a key enabler in the production of critical components for new energy applications.

  • Motorcycle Accessories
    Tool & Die

    Die casting makes it a preferred manufacturing process for various tooling components used in injection molding, extrusion, stamping, forming, and other manufacturing operations. And it plays a crucial role in enabling efficient and precise tool and die manufacturing, contributing to the overall productivity and quality of the manufacturing industry.

  • automotive

    Die casting's ability to produce complex shapes, maintain tight tolerances, and deliver high-quality finished parts makes it an ideal manufacturing process for numerous automotive components. The efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and versatility of die casting contribute to the continuous advancement and innovation in the automotive industry. Common parts include gears, cylinders, gladhands, transfer cases, small engine parts.

  • Aerospace

    Die casting's ability to produce complex shapes, maintain tight tolerances, and deliver high-quality finished parts makes it an ideal manufacturing process for numerous automotive components. The efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and versatility of die casting contribute to the continuous advancement and innovation in the automotive industry. Common parts include gears, cylinders, gladhands, transfer cases, small engine parts.

  • Medical Devices
    Medical Devices

    The precise and durable characteristics of die-cast components contribute to the safety, functionality, and effectiveness of medical devices and equipment.Common parts like forceps, clamps, retractors, and scalpel handles, prosthetic limbs, joint implants, and fixation devices.

  • robot

    Die casting offers numerous advantages in the robotic industry, including the ability to produce complex geometries, high precision, cost efficiency, and integration of functional features. These advantages contribute to the development of robust, efficient, and high-performing robotic systems capable of meeting the demanding requirements of automation and industrial applications.Common parts include robot frames and housings, motor housings, joints and linkages,etc.

Die Casting FAQs

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    What is die casting?


    Die casting involves injecting molten metal into a mold cavity at high pressure. The metal then solidifies and takes on the precise shape of the mold, creating a finished part that is complex and accurate. This process is often used to produce top-quality metal components with exceptional surface finish and dimensional accuracy.

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    What materials are commonly used in die casting?


    Die casting can be performed using a variety of materials, including aluminum, zinc, magnesium, and copper-based alloys. Aluminum is the most commonly used material in die casting due to its lightweight, high strength-to-weight ratio, and excellent thermal conductivity. Zinc alloys are often chosen for their superior casting properties and cost-effectiveness. Magnesium and copper-based alloys are preferred for applications that require specific mechanical or thermal properties.

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    What are the advantages of die casting?


    Die casting offers several advantages over other manufacturing processes. These include:

    High dimensional accuracy and repeatability

    Excellent surface finish and intricate detailing

    Fast production cycle times

    Ability to produce complex shapes with thin walls

    Good mechanical properties and strength

    Cost-effective for high-volume production

    Minimal post-processing required

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    What industries commonly use die casting?


    Die casting finds application in a wide range of industries, including automotive, aerospace, electronics, appliances, telecommunications, and medical equipment. It is used to manufacture components such as engine parts, transmission housings, chassis components, electronic enclosures, heat sinks, and various consumer products. Die casting is favored in industries that require high-volume production of complex, lightweight, and dimensionally accurate parts.

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    What is die casting vs casting?


    Die casting is a casting process that uses a metal mold, called a die, to produce intricate and accurately shaped metal parts, while casting refers to a broader category of processes that involve pouring molten material into a mold to create a desired shape.

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    What is the difference between forging and die casting?


    Forging involves shaping metal by applying compressive forces, typically using a hammer or press, while die casting is a process of creating metal parts by injecting molten metal into a die under high pressure.

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    Why choose die casting over sand casting?


    Die casting offers greater precision, faster production cycles, and the ability to create complex shapes with tight tolerances compared to sand casting, making it a preferred choice for high-volume production of intricate metal parts.

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    What is the difference between die casting and injection molding?


    Die casting is a metal casting process that injects molten metal into a die to create solid metal parts, while injection molding is a plastic molding process that injects molten plastic into a mold to produce plastic parts.

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    What is sand die casting?


    Sand die casting, also known as sand casting or sand-molded casting, is a casting process that uses sand as the mold material to create complex metal parts. In this process, a pattern is pressed into a sand mold, molten metal is poured into the mold cavity, and once solidified, the sand mold is broken apart to retrieve the cast metal part.

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    What is die casting mold?


    A die casting mold, also referred to as a die or a tool, is a metal mold used in the die casting process to shape and form molten metal into specific parts. The mold consists of two halves, the cavity and the core, which are precision machined to create the desired shape and features of the final product. The molten metal is injected under high pressure into the mold, and after solidification, the mold is opened to extract the cast part. Die casting molds are typically made of steel and are designed to withstand the high temperatures and pressures involved in the process.

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    What is the disadvantage of die casting?


    One of the main disadvantages of die casting is the high initial cost of tooling and mold creation, making it less suitable for low-volume production or prototyping. Additionally, die casting may have limitations in terms of the size of parts that can be produced and the types of materials that can be used compared to other casting methods.

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    Why is casting cheaper than forging?


    Casting is generally cheaper than forging due to several factors. Firstly, the casting process allows for the use of less expensive raw materials, as scrap metal and alloys can be melted and reused. Secondly, casting requires less energy and equipment compared to forging, resulting in lower production costs. Additionally, casting can produce complex shapes and intricate details more easily and efficiently, reducing the need for extensive post-processing or machining operations, which further contributes to cost savings.

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    Why forging is better than casting?


    Forging offers several advantages over casting. Firstly, forged parts exhibit superior strength and structural integrity due to the grain flow and orientation of the metal, resulting in better mechanical properties compared to cast parts. Secondly, forging allows for precise control over the shape, size, and dimensional accuracy of the final product. Additionally, forged parts have a better surface finish and can withstand higher temperatures and stress conditions. Finally, forging provides better fatigue resistance and durability, making it a preferred choice for critical applications in industries such as aerospace, automotive, and oil and gas.

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    How many types of die casting are there?


    There are two main types of die-casting processes:

    Hot Chamber Die Casting:In this method, the molten metal is held in a furnace connected to the die-casting machine. A gooseneck ladle or a piston injects the molten metal into the die under high pressure. Hot chamber die casting is commonly used for materials with low melting points, such as zinc, tin, and lead alloys.

    Cold Chamber Die Casting:In this process, the molten metal is ladled into a separate cold chamber before being injected into the die. The metal is pushed into the die cavity using a plunger or hydraulic pressure. Cold chamber die casting is suitable for materials with high melting points, such as aluminum, copper, and magnesium alloys.

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    Is die casting cheaper than sand casting?


    In general, die casting is more expensive than sand casting. The initial setup costs for die casting, including the design and production of the mold, are higher compared to sand casting, where molds can be made from readily available materials like sand. However, die casting offers advantages such as faster production cycles, higher dimensional accuracy, and the ability to produce complex shapes, which can offset the higher initial costs for certain applications. Sand casting is typically more cost-effective for lower volume production or when the design requirements allow for looser tolerances.

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    Why is Aluminium good for die casting?


    Aluminum is commonly used for die casting due to several advantageous properties it possesses:

    Lightweight:Aluminum has a low density, making it ideal for applications where weight reduction is important, such as in the automotive and aerospace industries.

    Excellent Machinability:Aluminum alloys used in die casting have good machinability, allowing for easy shaping, drilling, and finishing operations.

    High Thermal Conductivity:Aluminum has excellent thermal conductivity, which enables efficient heat dissipation and makes it suitable for applications involving heat transfer.

    Corrosion Resistance: Aluminum alloys exhibit good resistance to corrosion, making them suitable for use in various environments.

    High Strength-to-Weight Ratio:Aluminum alloys used in die casting offer a favorable strength-to-weight ratio, providing structural integrity and reducing overall weight.

    Recyclability:Aluminum is highly recyclable, allowing for environmentally friendly production and reducing the need for primary raw materials.

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    What is the difference between extruding and casting aluminum?


    The main difference between extruding and casting of aluminum lies in the manufacturing processes:

    Aluminum Extrusion:Extrusion is a process where a billet or a heated cylindrical piece of aluminum is forced through a shaped die under high pressure to form a continuous profile with a consistent cross-section. This process is used to produce long, uniform shapes such as rods, tubes, and profiles with complex cross-sectional designs.

    Aluminum Casting:Casting involves pouring molten aluminum into a mold or cavity and allowing it to solidify to obtain the desired shape. There are various casting methods, including sand casting, die casting, and investment casting. Casting is commonly used to create intricate and detailed parts that may not be easily achievable through extrusion.

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    What is most widely used for die casting?


    The most widely used materials for die casting are aluminum alloys, particularly those from the aluminum-magnesium (Al-Mg) and aluminum-silicon (Al-Si) families. These alloys offer a good combination of properties such as high strength, low density, good casting fluidity, and excellent corrosion resistance. Aluminum die casting is extensively used in various industries, including automotive, aerospace, electronics, consumer goods, and more. Other materials such as zinc, magnesium, and copper alloys are also used in die casting, but aluminum alloys dominate the die casting industry in terms of usage.

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    Which industries are aluminum alloy die casting widely used in?


    Automotive:Aluminum die casting is extensively used in the automotive industry for parts such as engine blocks, cylinder heads, transmission cases, suspension components, and various structural components. The lightweight nature, excellent strength-to-weight ratio, and good thermal conductivity of aluminum make it highly suitable for improving fuel efficiency and reducing vehicle weight.

    Aerospace:The aerospace industry utilizes aluminum die casting for components like aircraft engine parts, structural components, and interior parts. The combination of lightweight properties, high strength, and corrosion resistance makes aluminum alloys a preferred choice for aerospace applications.

    Electronics:Aluminum die casting is employed in the electronics industry for heat sinks, enclosures, and housings for electronic devices. The excellent thermal conductivity of aluminum aids in heat dissipation, ensuring the efficient operation and longevity of electronic components.

    Consumer Goods:Various consumer products, such as power tools, home appliances, sporting goods, and furniture, utilize aluminum die casting for their components. The lightweight, durable, and aesthetically appealing properties of aluminum make it suitable for a wide range of consumer goods.

    Telecommunications:Telecommunication equipment manufacturers often use aluminum die casting for enclosures, frames, and structural components of devices like routers, switches, and communication towers. The combination of lightweight construction and good electromagnetic shielding properties makes aluminum alloys well-suited for telecommunications applications.

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    How strong is die cast aluminium?


    Die cast aluminum typically has a tensile strength ranging from 170 MPa (25,000 psi) to 450 MPa (65,000 psi), depending on the specific alloy and heat treatment, making it suitable for a wide range of applications.

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