We help you identify factories for your die casting requirements and guide you through the entire process.
This includes requesting manufacturers for quotes, reviewing quotes, evaluating shortlisted factories, speaking with factory workers to ensure they understand your expectations, improving product design, and managing the other complexities of manufacturing and shipping.
We ensure that your die casting products are delivered when you want them – all for the best price, quality and lead time.
Hundreds of factories in low-cost regions can produce your die casting products. But you need to pick a factory that can deliver exactly what you want in terms of price, quality standards and timely delivery.
Our key focus is to ensure that the sourcing, manufacturing and delivery process is efficient so that your products reach your shelves without any delay.
Die casting will produce a range of complex shapes in various lightweight high-strength materials. Production is quick and repeatable. Parts can be produced with a variety of coatings and finishes, ranging from anti-corrosion coatings to specialised aesthetically pleasing finishes.
Die casting is not a process that is suitable or economical for low quantity productions. There is often a minimum order quantity that will change depending on the requested raw material.It can be also be costly financially and time-wise to modify a tool once it is made, and making these modifications could reduce tool life and reliability down the line.
Tooling can be expensive compared to other forms of casting and you are unlikely to get samples/prototypes from the tool... until you pay for that tool! :)
Tooling life is always a factor to consider in die casting. A complex part may have a different tool life compared to a part with a simpler geometry.
Different geometry will affect the cost of the tool along with production speed which is why it is important to pay attention to the part’s design along with material and finish.
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