Pressure die casting is a quick, reliable and cost-effective manufacturing process for production of high volume, metal components that are net-shaped have tight tolerances. Basically, the pressure die casting process consists of injecting under high pressure a molten metal alloy into a steel mold (or tool). This gets solidified rapidly (from milliseconds to a few seconds) to form a net shaped component. It is then automatically extracted.
Lower costs compared to other processes.Economical – typically production of any number of components from thousands to millions before requiring replacement is possible.Castings with close dimensional control and good surface finishCastings with thin walls, and therefore are lighter in weight
Automotive parts like wheels, blocks, cylinder heads, manifolds etc.Aerospace castings.Electric motor housings.Kitchen ware such as pressure cooker.Cabinets for the electronics industry.General hardware appliances, pump parts, plumbing parts.