LOW-VOLUME CASTING OF METAL PARTS
At Aiteer Proto we have years of experience producing high-quality die-casted metal parts and components for customers across the globe. Our die casting services are contained all under one roof, streamlining our process and allowing for expedited delivery. If you require precise metal parts manufactured in low volume – contact us today. Our sales staff is fluent in English, Mandarin, French, and Japanese – we are ready to answer any questions you may have, explain the process and benefits of die casting, and provide a free estimate for your die casting project.
- Die casted parts are strong, made of solid metal,
- Metal parts can be produced in complex dimensions,
- One mould produces thousands of identical casts,
- Complex mathematical accuracy,
- Brilliant surface finishes available,
- Heat, chemical, and pressure resistant,
- Efficient and repeatable manufacturing process,
- Fastest method for creating metal parts in volume,
THE DIE CASTING PROCESS
1.Your design is uploaded into a 3D CAD file. If you do not have a design prepared, we have designers available happy to assist with measurements, material selection, and more.
2.The 3D CAD design is used to produce a metal mold (also called a “die”). The mold will be used to produce the metal casts. One mold can be used to produce thousands of identical units. At GS Proto, we have our own advanced CNC Machine Shop, producing dies in-house saving time and money, and ensuring accurate translation of design into the completed mold.
3.The selected metal (nearly all alloys are options; aluminum is the most-popular) is heated, then injected into the mold. The metal is cooled, forming a solid metal cast.
4.The cast is removed from the mold, taken for additional finishing services, and the process is repeated.
WHAT IS DIE CASTING?
Die casting is the process of shaping metals into specific shapes, referred to as casts. Many different non-ferrous metals can be used in the die casting process allowing for a magnitude of die casting applications. Practically any metal part can be created using the die casting process, simple or complicated. Metal parts are extremely resistant to heat and corrosion, ideal for applications across many industries including the automotive, aerospace, industrial, and energy industries. Die casted metal parts can be manufactured in incredible array of sizes, and in nearly any shape imaginable.