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Advantages of aluminum die casting

Conovawell offers high-pressure die-cast aluminum services. Aluminum die casting involves melting aluminum in a casting machine, and then pressing the molten aluminum into cavities using a die-casting machine to produce the required parts. This process injects melted metal under high pressure and speed to create precise structures and high-strength products, making it suitable for intricately shaped components. Die casting is highly efficient and widely used across various manufacturing industries, including automobiles, computers, communication filters, and medical devices. Common applications of die-cast products include central control dashboards, electrical machinery boxes, steering systems, computer shells, and two-cavity filters.

Motor Housing

Motor Housing

LED Housing

LED Housing

Handle

Handle

Exhaust Fan

Exhaust Fan

Enclosure

Enclosure

Camera Housing

Camera Housing

Properties of aluminum alloy

Properties of aluminum alloy

  • Excellent corrosion resistance
  • Excellent intensity and hardness
  • Excellent thermal conductivity and conductivity
  • Good stiffness and high weight ratio
  • Excellent shielding performance of EMI & RFI
  • Lightweight

Aluminum die-casting products are gaining market share steadily. What makes them so competitive? One reason is their high strength. Additionally, their excellent corrosion resistance and superior heat dissipation properties make them a preferred choice. Furthermore, our patented aluminum die-casting technology expands its application range even further. Reach out to us now for a complimentary project assessment!

Aluminum alloy die-casted components offer unique advantages not found in other alloys, such as lightweight construction and versatile finishing options. Additionally, they demonstrate excellent performance in high-temperature and corrosion resistance, further broadening their application range across various industries. Moreover, even with thin wall thickness, they maintain exceptional dimensional stability.

Properties of aluminum alloy
Electronic instruments

Electronic instruments

Aluminum possesses excellent electrical conductivity and shielding properties, allowing it to withstand high-temperature environments. This makes it suitable for producing die-cast electronic connectors and shell components.

Handheld device

Handheld device

Die-cast aluminum parts are effective in shielding EMI/RFI for handheld devices due to their excellent stiffness, durability, and lightweight properties, contributing to their increasing popularity

Communication equipment

Communication equipment

Aluminum die casting parts find extensive applications in industries related to network construction, telecommunication infrastructure, and the computer industry. This is because aluminum performs well in dissipating heat, especially in radio-frequency filter shells.

Automobile

Automobile

Die-cast aluminum parts can enhance the fuel efficiency of cars by reducing weight.

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Application fields of aluminum die casting 

The manufacturing industry frequently optimizes material performance and leverages the value of materials for your project at a competitive price.

Application fields of aluminum die casting 

aluminum die casting 

Die-cast aluminum parts contribute to enhancing the fuel efficiency of cars by reducing weight.

aluminum die casting 

Cast aluminum parts are also widely used in network construction, telecommunication infrastructure, and the computer industry. Aluminum’s ability to dissipate heat makes it suitable for radio-frequency filter shells, which generate significant heat during operation.

aluminum die casting 

For handheld devices, die-cast aluminum parts provide effective EMI/RFI shielding, along with excellent stiffness, durability, and lightweight properties.

aluminum die casting 

Aluminum is commonly utilized in high-temperature environments due to its excellent electrical and shielding properties. Die-cast aluminum components are often used for electronic connectors and shells.

Recycling of cast aluminum components

Recycling of cast aluminum components

The function of primary aluminum (pure aluminum or refined aluminum) and recycled aluminum (recycling aluminum) differs slightly. Recycled aluminum is obtained from melting down scrap aluminum or a mixture of pure aluminum with other metals like magnesium, iron, and copper. Pure aluminum is rarely used in die casting due to its high purification cost, whereas aluminum alloy is the preferred choice for designers across industries due to its lightweight, durability, and ease of use.

Recycled aluminum, with only a small fraction of energy consumption (5%), is more cost-effective compared to primary aluminum. This energy is primarily used for heating and remelting the metal. Conovawell can further optimize time, energy, and cost savings by controlling the remelting process according to the specific requirements of the product’s usage.

Common aluminum die-casting materials

We frequently utilize materials like ADC12, A380, A383, etc., for die casting.

ADC12 (Al-Si-Cu-based cast aluminum alloy) exhibits excellent castability and mechanical properties, making it ideal for automotive components with intricate shapes such as gearboxes, cylinder blocks, and converter shells. Additionally, it is widely used internationally in the production of press mold shells.

Mechanical properties

Chemical composition

A380 aluminum die-cast

A380 is a commonly used material known for its excellent properties of pressure resistance, heat resistance, and liquidity. It represents an optimal combination of mechanical strength, castability, and thermal properties, making it widely utilized across various industries. A380 finds applications in the manufacturing of products such as engine brackets, electronic chassis, household furniture, gearbox shells, hand tools, and more.

A380 is widely recognized for its outstanding characteristics, including high-pressure resistance, heat resistance, and fluidity. It offers an ideal balance of mechanical strength, castability, and thermal properties, which makes it extensively employed across diverse industrial sectors. A380 is utilized in the production of various products, including engine brackets, electronic chassis, household furniture, gearbox shells, hand tools, and more.

A380 aluminum die-cast

Advantages of aluminum A380 die casting

Advantages of aluminum A380 die casting

Aluminum alloys offer numerous advantages compared to other alloys, including the production of lightweight parts, a wide range of finishing options, and superior performance at high processing temperatures.

Additionally, die-cast aluminum parts exhibit corrosion resistance and maintain dimensional stability even with low wall thickness, leading to a broader range of applications. Explore further about thin-walled aluminum die casting and choose the suitable alloy for die-casting.

Aluminum A380 is a commonly utilized material in die casting, and it’s among the alloys available at Conovawell. Selecting the right material is crucial for achieving flawless parts. At Conovawell, we believe that your material options are not restricted.

Mechanical properties

Physical properties

Chemical composition of A380

Aluminum die casting — A383

A383 features more intricate components and can serve as a substitute for A380. It offers superior corrosion resistance, lighter weight, excellent liquidity, ease of die casting, and impressive mechanical and dimensional stability properties.

Application advantages of aluminum die casting 

Easy to add inserts. It’s easy to design locations in die-casting mold, which is easy to add inserts.

aluminum die casting 

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Metal components with complex shapes, clear outlines, thin walls, and deep cavities can be produced through die-casting. The molten metal maintains high liquidity under pressure and speed, enabling the creation of components not feasible with other technologies.

aluminum die casting 

THREE

Die casting offers high material utilization as the precision of parts allows for minimal machining before assembly, with some parts requiring no additional machining at all. Material utilization typically ranges from 60% to 80%, while blank utilization can reach 90%.

aluminum die casting 

TWO

Die-casted parts exhibit high precision, meeting grade IT11—13 standards, and sometimes even achieving grade IT9. Surface roughness can range from Ra0.8 to 3.2um, ensuring good interchangeability.

aluminum die casting 

FOUR

With high-speed filling and rapid metal solidification, die casting is highly productive, making it suitable for mass production. Among various casting technologies, die casting stands out as the most efficient option.

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