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Aluminum Casting Factory

Aluminum Casting Factory

Aluminum casting is a process that begins with the melting of aluminum and then adding the required ingredients to produce a mold. Once the mold is formed, the molten aluminum is poured into the mold and allowed to cool. Aluminum casting produces a very durable product that is used in our services. 

Our Aluminum Casting Factory is a hot metal casting manufacturer. Our products are widely used in cars, appliances, motorcycles, and computer parts. We possess a large production capacity and can meet customers’ urgent production needs. We offer great service and high-quality products to satisfy the needs of our customers.

The Aluminum Casting Process

Permanent Mold Casting

Our Permanent mold casting is a technique that allows us to cast metal sculptures without the need for plaster or clay. If you have a steel or aluminum sculpture, we can cast it in metal. This is perfect for making statues with moving parts, such as knights, knights in shining armor, horses, and other animals. We can even make molds of hands or feet.

Sand Casting

Sand casting is the process of pouring molten metal into sand molds. Because sand molds capture all of the details of the final product, our sand casting is used to create metal castings that are used in items such as jewelry and auto parts. 

Die Casting

Die casting is an alternative manufacturing process used to cast metal parts. This process uses molten metal that is forced through a hole in a mold. Die casting can be used to produce parts in a high volume with complex shapes. 

Vacuum Die Casting

Vacuum Die Casting, also known as vacuum molding, is the process used to create die castings. It is a process in which metal is melted and poured into a mold under a vacuum. As a liquid, the metal will be ejected into the mold cavity, and as it cools, it will solidify and take on the shape of the cavity.

Investment Casting

Investment casting is a method of producing sculpture by pouring molten metal into a pattern that is then cured and ejected. This process was developed in the 1840s and differs from other forms of metal casting in that the patterns are made using wax copies rather than the traditional clay mold.

Lost Foam Casting

Our Lost foam casting can be done by using plaster, rubber, or polyurethane. The mold creates wax patterns or castings using lost foam casting.

Aluminum Alloys

Our alloy types are derived from metallurgical theory and chemistry, and specific alloys have been formulated for specific applications. Our aluminum castings can be made from the common aluminum alloys of A356, A1, A6, A3003, A6061, and A7000.

A356 is our most widely used aluminum alloy and the most widely used alloy in aviation, aerospace, space, and defense applications. The alloys are strengthened with silicon, zinc, boron, manganese, silicon manganese, silver, magnesium, copper, phosphorus, or manganese.

Industrial Use of Aluminum Casting

Our company focuses on the industrial use of aluminum casting; we have a range of uses, particularly within the automotive industry. The automotive industry is the world’s largest consumer of aluminum castings, and our company offers good service and products regarding aluminum castings. Aluminum castings can be made from various metals, including aluminum, magnesium, zinc, lead, and tin. Aluminum castings can be used for various purposes, such as aircraft bodies, automotive parts, architectural products, and even industrial machinery.

Benefits of Aluminum Casting

Aluminum castings are not only useful, but they’re also beautiful. A casting can add a unique look to your object, whether in a decorative piece for the home or in your car. We are here to help and advise you to choose the best for you. While aluminum castings are attractive, they’re also functional. Our Aluminum Casting Factory can made hard or soft metals in any size.