We have experience with a variety of alloys, including casting of ADC12, A360, 360, A380 and 380 aluminum. Our quality assurance systems oversee each project through product design, tooling, material selection, and production quality verification.
Aluminum castings are made through a relatively simple and inexpensive process called casting. Through casting, aluminum is shaped into various forms for a variety of purposes. Essentially, aluminum castings are created by putting molten aluminum into a mould. No matter the fashion, countless numbers of identical aluminum castings can be created.
Casting is the original and most widely used method of forming aluminum into products. Some products made with aluminum castings include car parts, particularly transmission housing and pistons; aircraft components; structures; and marine engines. The three most important methods are die casting, permanent mold casting and sand casting.
- Components that require high tensile strength, durability and accuracy
- Parts with smooth surfaces or combinations of thin walled complex shapes
- Rapid production and casting of low fluidity metals