• Q Is die casting an expensive process?

    A One of the questions most people have regarding die casting is whether it is expensive or quite affordable. While there is no one answer to that, most manufacturers admit that it is fairly inexpensive.
    The reason behind this could be that it is done in bulk, and that leads to so many cost reductions. Since the molds are reused, money is also not spent on pre-production after the first time. If you plan to get many pieces, you should probably think of doing die casting. You get uniform pieces, and they all come about simultaneously. The entire production line will move much faster than if you were doing one piece at a time.

  • Q What’s the difference between die casting and other castings?

    A One of the things many people have an issue with is figuring out whether there is a difference between casing and die casting. Since they all use molds and molten metal, there is confusion between the two and how they work. Die casting uses a metal mold, while other casting methods use a sand mold.
    It might seem like such a small detail, but it determines how accurate the final piece will be. If you are looking for exact measurements, sand casting will work for you. Die casting works best because of its accuracy.

  • Q What is the die casting process cycle?

    A One of the things you will notice when it comes to die casting is no one process suits them all. Based on the different methods, one will do it all differently to get similar results.
    Multisided casting will use both hot and cold die-casting to create the perfect piece. It is used when working with different materials with different melting points. That way, you get a finished product that looks and works well.
    Cold die casting will work best if you deal with metals with really high melting points. It ensures there is no corrosion on the material and produces great pieces as well.
    On the other hand, hot diecasting will deal with all metals that have lower melting points. It also produces quality products unlike the other two processes do.
    Even though they all take different steps, they all involve getting molten metal into a mold and letting it cool down to form the final piece.

With services including CNC machining, sheet cutting, sheet metal forming & injection molding, All Win MFG delivers 100% qualified products on time, efficiently and reliably. We are your ideal manufacturing partner for plastic parts, customized metal parts and customized sheet metal parts.

Quick Links

CNC Machining


Contact details

Name : Shenzhen Quanying Precision Technology Co., Ltd.
Tel/WhatsApp : +8613049860333
Add : Room 101A, Building C, No. 3, Yanshan Avenue, Yanchuan Community, Yanluo Street, Baoan District, Shenzhen
Copyright© 2022 Shenzhen Quanying Precision Technology Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.