Our molding workshop is where precision craftsmanship meets innovation. We house a dedicated facility for mold design and manufacturing. Each customer’s mold is uniquely identified, securely stored, and can be recycled for a second life. If you choose to work with us again, we offer to duplicate new molds at no additional cost, saving your cost in the future.
Aluminum High Pressure Die Casting Worshop
Our aluminum high-pressure die casting workshop sets us apart with a range of advanced machines from 88T to 1250T.
|1250T Die Casting Machine
|900T Die Casting Machine
|800T Die Casting Machine
|500T Die Casting Machine
|400T Die Casting Machine
|300T Die Casting Machine
Surface Treatment Workshop
In the finishing or surface treatment workshop, we offer coatings and finishing that enhance the die-cast parts durability and elegance, ensuring your die-cast products stand the test of time. There are several treatment methods we use:
Powder coating is a method of applying a dry powder to a surface, which is then heated to create a durable and protective coating. It is widely used for its corrosion resistance and decorative qualities.
Lacquer coating involves applying a clear or colored lacquer to a surface to provide protection and a glossy finish. It is often used in woodworking and automotive applications.
Sand blasting is a surface preparation technique that uses abrasive materials propelled at high velocity to remove rust, paint, or contaminants from a surface. It is commonly used in cleaning and preparation processes.
Shot blasting is a similar process to sand blasting, but it uses small metallic particles (shots) instead of abrasive sand. It is often used for cleaning, deburring, and preparing surfaces for coatings.
Anodizing is an electrochemical process that enhances the corrosion resistance and appearance of metals like aluminum. It creates a protective oxide layer on the metal’s surface, which can be colored for decorative purposes.