JINGXIN® will work with you to complete your part design so it’s completely optimized for die cast production.
The customer’s product design requirements directly affect the size, type, features and cost of the required tooling. We can design your part in Aluminum, Magnesium, Zinc, or a special die casting alloy of your choosing. Our years of specialized experience in custom tooling means you will end up with a better finished product. We are experts in the selection of the proper material for die casting, how it can affect the part design, how it will impact the machine and tooling, and how the material chosen will effect the life of the dies.
One of the most important first steps when designing a die component is choosing the right alloy to use. The most widely chosen are aluminum, magnesium and zinc. They have many differing characteristics and properties that should be evaluated before you make a selection. JINGXIN® will utilize our knowledge and years of experience with different alloys and work with you and pick the best and most cost effective material for your entire project.
Sample characteristics to consider when choosing an alloy:
Choosing the correct die material can make or break the success of your castings. If you use the wrong alloy, you can face delays, down-time, revisions and costly replacements. These are some of the key factors to evaluate when selecting the alloy for your die project: Dimensional stability, Corrosion resistance, Casting ease, Part complexity, Dimensional accuracy, Die cost, Machining cost, Finishing cost and Tool production levels and replacement costs.