The Future of Die Casting

Refinements continue in both the alloys used in die casting and the process itself, expanding die casting applications into almost every known market. Once limited to simple lead type, today’s die casters can produce castings in a variety of sizes, shapes and wall thicknesses that are strong, durable and dimensionally precise.

Figure 1: A magnesium seat pan shows how complex, lightweight die cast components can improve production by replacing multiple pieces.

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