Monthly Archives: September 2010

How Are Aluminum Aircraft Parts Used?

Tweet How Are Aluminum Aircraft Parts Used? The popular aircraft airframe has been the most challenging function for aluminum alloys; to account the progress of the high strength alloys is as well to account the progress of airframes. Die Casting … Continue reading

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Pressure Die Casting Aluminum Military Parts vs Extrusions

Tweet Pressure Die Casting Aluminum Military Parts vs Extrusions. Die casting is a process wherein molten aluminum is injected into a mold with great pressure. Afterwards, they are then set to water cool. When they are opened, they are then … Continue reading

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Pressure Die Casting Aluminum Lighting Parts vs Sand Casting

Tweet Pressure Die Casting Aluminum Lighting Parts vs Sand Casting. Aluminum sand cast tooling roughly costs from $500 – $7,500, depending on the size and complexity. Pressure die cast tooling on the other hand costs from $5,000 – $75,000, again … Continue reading

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