Aluminum Diecasting

Locating the highest quality alloy and metal casting sources and parts for your engineering project is not something you should be spending time on. Baldwin Manufacturing can help with getting to know your project goals and then aligning them appropriately with the specific materials and supplier needed, so you are able to focus your time on completing your project efficiently and quickly. Taking the stress out of choosing the best cast aluminum manufacturer, we help ensure that your project will have a quicker turnaround time, allowing you to clearly see your ROI. We ensure that we select the most appropriate aluminum casting foundry to manufacture and produce the highest quality aluminum molding for your company.

Cast Aluminum Sourcing: Finding the Right Foundry

Our technical and professional expertise at Baldwin Manufacturing will eliminate the need for you to personally select the best source for your diecast aluminum needs. Our wide network of metal foundries and casting companies allow for a quicker and cost-effective engineering process without sacrificing project quality and integrity. We can help keep tooling costs low, too.

 

Aluminum die-cast alloys are some of the most lightweight structural metals available. Aluminum is the most widely used diecast alloy in the world. It comes in a variety of combinations and casting options depending upon your specific project. Below are some of the most common aluminum alloys used for aluminum die casting.

Aluminum Die Casting Technical Specifications

Alloy 360 provides a project with the benefit of higher corrosion resistance, superior strength at elevated temperatures, and somewhat better ductility. This alloy is much more difficult to cast, which is why it is important to select the best source of alloy 360 and die casting foundry for your given prototype casting project. Alloy 380 is the most widely cast of the aluminum die casting alloys, making it easier to produce and the most effective combination of material properties. Most often it is utilized in electronic and communications equipment, automotive components, engine brackets, transmission and gear cases, appliances, lawn mower housings, furniture components, hand and power tools.

 

Alloy 390 was initially developed for automotive engine blocks. It boasts low ductility and a durability that resists deterioration over time. It allows for precision casting with the greatest castability of all aluminum alloys. Projects using this aluminum alloy include precision casting endeavors such as die cast valve bodies and compressor housings and pistons.

 

Alloy 369 resists chronic wear and tear and is often used as a cost-effective alternative for alloy 390. Alloy 369 is less abrasive making it a good choice for heavy machine tools.

Baldwin Manufacturing’s Aluminum Alloy Promise

These are just a few of the many types of aluminum alloy die casting examples that Baldwin Manufacturing can help you explore for your project. Leave the technical analysis up to us to help evaluate the best casting process for your engineering project. We will coordinate and help nurture the most effective relationships to ensure that your project has a rapid turnaround time and is within your budget, saving you money, whenever possible.

 

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Baldwin Manufacturing has the technical expertise and manufacturing resources to meet the most demanding specifications. From prototype to large scale production while meeting ISO 13485 and AS9100 requirements.