Aluminum Die Casting
Experience the precision and versatility of aluminum die casting at Fine Precision. Create intricate and lightweight components for various industries with our expert die casting services.
Die Casting Aluminum Types
Discover the array of common die casting aluminum types at Fine Precision. Choose from alloys like A380, A383, and more, ensuring precision and strength for your components.
Aluminum Die Casting Design Guidelines
Include draft angles to facilitate part ejection from the mold.
Uniform Wall Thickness
Maintain consistent wall thickness for even solidification and reduced defects.
Fillets and Radii
Add fillets and radii to reduce stress concentrations and improve mold filling.
Ribs and Bosses
Reinforce thin sections with ribs, and add bosses for screw holes and inserts.
Minimize undercuts for easy part removal and simpler mold design.
Select alloy based on mechanical properties, corrosion resistance, and cost.
Indicate desired surface finish for functional and aesthetic requirements.
Gating and Runners
Design proper gating and runner systems to ensure even metal flow and fill.
Place ejector pins strategically for smooth part ejection and minimal marks.
Parting Line Location
Choose parting line location for optimal part design and minimal tool complexity.
Avoid Sharp Corners
Round sharp corners to prevent stress concentrations and improve mold filling.
Design for ease of mold creation and part removal, considering tooling constraints.
Compare Material Properties of Die Casting Aluminum
Tensile Strength (MPa)
Yield Strength (MPa)
Thermal Conductivity (W/m·K)
Aluminum Die Casting Applications
Experience the versatility of aluminum die casting applications. From automotive to electronics, aerospace to consumer goods, Fine Precision’s expertise ensures precision and quality for diverse industry needs.