Die casting is what we do best

Are you looking for die casting manufacturers in China, India, and Eastern Europe? You’ve come to the right place. Sourcing Allies has been helping Western customers source and manufacture a wide range of die cast metal parts from these low-cost regions since 2006.

From door handles to bathroom fittings, automobile components to parts for machines, we can help you source just about any die cast product or part that you want, in any size or quantity. We can custom manufacture in the material of your choice – whether it’s aluminum, brass, stainless steel, or something else. And we can help you source the products at the most reasonable rates you’ll find anywhere.

To receive free quotes from manufacturers in China, India, and Eastern Europe, simply fill out the form on the right.

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What we do

When you utilize our services, we guide you through the entire process of manufacturing and sourcing your die cast products.

This includes identifying manufacturers who meet your specific requirements and conditions, requesting and reviewing quotes, negotiating the best price, verifying the manufacturer, setting up an effective communication system so that your expectations are fully understood, organizing quality inspections, troubleshooting when applicable, and managing all the other complexities that go with manufacturing and shipping goods from foreign shores. We even help you improve your product design, if required.

In other words, we do the heavy lifting and leave you free to devote your time and energy to other aspects of your business.

We help you find a die casting China manufacturer for all diecasting needs

On-going die casting projects

We specialize in zinc, copper, stainless steel, magnesium, lead, pewter, and aluminum die casting. Contact us to know more about how we work.

Our USP:
Best price, quality and lead time

Finding the right manufacturer for your needs from a pool of hundreds of thousands of factories in a foreign region can be a serious challenge. But not if you’re working with an experienced sourcing agent like Sourcing Allies.

You can count on us to help you zero in on a manufacturer who will deliver exactly what you want in terms of price, quality, quantity, and lead time. We are committed to ensuring that your sourcing, manufacturing, and delivery processes are smooth, efficient, and hassle-free and that your products reach you without any delays. At Sourcing Allies, our primary focus is to get our customers the best price, quality, and lead time.


Metal die casting manufacturing.

It is one of the fastest and least expensive ways to mass-produce metal objects of uniform quality and precise dimensions. Die casting requires the creation of a special steel cavity or mold, called a die, which serves as the custom tool that is used to shape the product. Our hand-picked manufacturers are specialists in creating dies, using a variety of processes – such as gravity casting, low-pressure and high-pressure die casting – to match your needs. To ensure that your final product meets your quality requirements to a tee, we also conduct inspections during the production process.


Frequently Asked Questions

Die casting is a common manufacturing technique. Yet, it is important to have a basic understanding of the process before you start working with a manufacturer. Our expert Jeff Crawshaw answers some of the most widely asked questions on the subject:
What are the advantages?

It is one of the most efficient and cost-effective methods of manufacturing metal parts and products of complex shapes and sizes in a variety of lightweight, high-strength materials. The production cycle is fairly simple, quick and easily repeatable. Hence, large quantities of the part or product can be manufactured in a matter of minutes and with a minimum requirement for post-production machining. What’s more, a variety of surface textures and finishes can be applied to the final product, such as anti-corrosion coatings and specialised, aesthetically pleasing finishes. This manufacturing method is also said to consume less energy and produce less material wastage than other metal shaping processes.

What are the disadvantages?

Die casting is not suitable for low-volume production. Most manufacturers will quote a minimum order quantity (MOQ) because they make their profits from producing goods in bulk. The MOQ might vary depending on the raw material you request. Another factor to consider is tooling cost, which can run into the hundreds of thousands of dollars if you require a complex or large part to be cast. The time it takes to create your custom tool can also add to your lead time. Furthermore, if a tool requires modification after it has been made, this could reduce tool life and reliability down the line.

Is tooling expensive?

Tooling can be expensive compared to other types of casting. It is also unlikely that the manufacturer will offer samples and prototypes from the tool, unless you pay for the tool.

What is the tool life?

Usually, tools last several years. A die, for example, can be used to make up to 500,000 castings. However, tool life depends significantly on the complexity of the part. An intricate and large part may have a different tool life compared to one with a simpler geometry.

What other tooling limitations should I be aware of?

The geometric complexity of the tool also affects cost and production speed. A simple tool can cost just a few hundred dollars to make whereas a larger or more intricate tool is more expensive to create. Similarly, a tool with greater geometric complexity will require a longer cooling time and, hence, a longer production cycle. This is why it is important to pay attention to the design of your product.

Why should I pick China for my manufacturing requirements?

China is the market leader in metal die casting, accounting for close to 40% of the global market share. Chinese manufacturers offer some of the lowest per-unit prices in the world, thanks to the country’s low manufacturing costs, cheap labor, world-class infrastructure and superior supply chains. And, with the right checks in place, you can make sure that your Made-in-China products are of the highest quality. Though you can find factories just about anywhere in China, Hebei and Zhejiang provinces are the major hubs.

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