Die Casting Services

Low-Volume Metal Casting ServicesLow-Volume Metal Casting Services
Aluminum, Magnesium, Zinc & Steel
One-off prototyping or 1000+ production parts

Our Precision Die Casting Services

If you have custom metal parts needs, Machmaster can help you. Since 2007, we have maintained the high standards of our engineering team and equipment, consistently delivering strong and durable parts and prototypes. To guarantee legendary quality, we employ a strict die casting process to ensure your custom requirements are met.

Die Casting

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Die Casting

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Alloys Used to Make Die Casting Parts

Aluminum Alloys

Aluminum die casting alloy is lightweight structural metal mainly containing silicon, copper, magnesium, iron, manganese, and zinc. 

Commonly used Aluminum alloys:

A380, A360, A390. A413, ADC-12, ADC-1

Zinc Alloys

The main elements added to zinc die casting alloy are aluminum, copper and magnesium. 

Commonly used Zinc alloys:

Zamak-2, Zamak-3, Zamak-5, Zamak-7, ZA-8, ZA-12, ZA-27

Magnesium Alloys

The main alloying elements of Magnesium die casting alloy are aluminum, zinc, manganese, cerium, thorium and a small amount of zirconium or cadmium.

Commonly used Magnesium alloys:

AZ91D, AM60B, AS41B

Surface Finishes

Regular casting finish obtained without the use of high-end tools or machinery. Like Zinc and Aluminum-Zinc parts can be as cast but still keep high corrosion resistance.

Powder coating can be used to spray a free-flowing, dry powder to the zinc alloy and aluminum alloy die casting. Under strong electrostatic and high temperature, the powder will be uniformly adsorbed on the surface of the casting, forming a powder layer that can mask defects very well.

Bead Blasting is a process that sprays fine glass beads at high speed onto the surface of die casting parts using compressed air as the powder. The appearance or shape is changed, and the part obtains excellent cleaning and surface preparation for secondary finishing operations.

Mainly for aluminum alloy die casting. Anodizing utilizes electrochemical principles to generate a layer of Al2O3 (aluminum oxide) film on the surface of the parts. This decorative layer of oxide film provides high insulation and wear resistance.

Used for aluminum alloy, zinc alloy die casting, etc. Electrophoresis applies metallic luster and an unlimited range of colors on the casting parts. It also can enhance the surface properties and corrosion resistance of metal alloy parts.