Die Casting Service

Die Casting Service

During the development of Kelvo, we usually provide customers with prototypes and small batch production services, including CNC machining, vacuum complex molding, 3D printing and mold and injection molding. A lot of clients asked whether we can provide small batch metal casting Serve.

Therefore, we started looking for metal casting suppliers to meet these demands. Unfortunately, the search results were dismal. Large foundry companies have no interest in small batch production, and small foundry companies cannot meet our quality requirements. It's a challenge, but we see it as a business opportunity: if it's hard for us to find the right companies for these projects, we know it's even harder for overseas clients to find them.

Four years ago, we managed to establish a stable relationship with a small number of medium-sized partners who could meet our quality requirements and delivery time requirements. Die casting molds are machined in our workshop's mold shop then we are now able to offer high pressure die casting of aluminium, magnesium and zinc, as well as investment casting of brass and all types of steel

What is Die Casting?

A process similar to injection molding, pressure die casting is a metal casting process in which molten metal is forced into a mold cavity to create metal parts.

At KAIERWO, we use certified machines and pressure casting dies to form your designs from molten metal — typically zinc, copper, aluminum, magnesium, lead, pewter or other tin-based alloys.  Our pressure die casting process is effective and very reliable, and can result in significant cost savings.  Because of our flexibility, we can accommodate any project needs you may have – from small batches of 50 to as many as 1,000 pieces.

Advantages Of Die Casting

Why use kaierwo for metal casting?

Casting Materials

Casting Materials

Aluminum, Zinc, Magnesium, Steel

We provide high pressure die casting in several different alloys of aluminum, zinc, and magnesium.  Your choice of materials may depend on cost, weight and performance. Here are some tips:

Aluminum is ideal for strong, lighweight yet complex geometries.  It can also be highly polished. Our alloys include ADC12, A380, ADC10 and A413.

Zinc is the least expensive but is good for plating. Available alloys are Zinc #3 and #5.

Magnesium offers the best strength-to-weight ratio for higher performance applications. We offer magnesium alloy AZ91D.

Casting Finishes: Sandblasting, Polishing, Plating, Painting, Powder coating


We attach great importance to customers' needs for product quality and rapid production.

We always insist that meeting customers' needs is to realize our value!