We are an ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer of die casting products and parts. Since 2003, we served our customers with a wide range of die casting products in aluminum, zinc and brass. We are one of the leading aluminium die casting manufacturers. We are honored to provide our aluminium die casting products to many famous customers throughout the world. For more information, please contact us.

The benefits of die casting

Long Tool Life:

100,000 – 200,000 parts of identical die castings can be produced from a die tooling

Speed of Production:

Die Casting process is highly automated. Multi-cavity dies can also be used to speed up

Good Finish:

Die cast parts can be manufactured with smooth or textured surfaces, and are easily plated or powder coated. EMI, RFI Shielding and can also act as an electrical ground for circuits

Dimensional Precision:

Dimensional tolerance are controlled by mold, thus high repeatability than machining

Cost Savings:

Efficient, economical process for high volume production.


Produce heat and wear resistant parts.

Die Casting Versus Other Manufacturing Techniquesues

vs. Machining: Die castings produces shapes that are difficult to make from bar or tubular stock. Die castings also require fewer operations and reduce material scrap. For mass production, it results in cheaper unit price. However, die casting surface is not as smooth/ shiny as machined surface, and die casting is usually only economical when order quantity is above 1000 units.

vs. Forging: Die castings produce more complex shapes than forging and die casting is more precise than forging. It also results in thinner walls, which means lighter weight, more space and less material cost. However, die casting is not as strong as forging. Material is also not as dense after die casting.

vs. Plastic Injection Molding: Die casting produces stronger part with more precision that have greater stability and durability. It also has better heat conductivity, work in wider temperature range and superior electrical conductivity.

vs. Sand Castings and Permanent Mold Casting: Die castings results in closer dimensional tolerances and smoother surfaces. Production is faster and finishing costs are also less. But die casting can only work with thin wall applications and die casting mold is pricier.

vs. Stamping: Die casting produces more complex shapes and with variations possible in section thickness. One die casting part may replace several stamping parts and resulting in reduced assembly time and continuous/ leak-free surface. However, stamping mold is cheaper and stamping is a faster process, and die casting walls are thicker than stamping.

Die casting products we have manufactured

Lighting Fixture Parts, Instrument Enclosures, Locks, Hinges, Motor Frames, Motorcycle Accessories, Foot Pedals, High Precision Die Casted Machine Parts

Cast Metals


The main die casting alloys are:

1.Aluminum: lightweight; high dimensional stability for complex shapes and thin walls; good corrosion resistance; good mechanical properties; high thermal and electrical conductivity; retains strength at high temperatures.

2.Zinc: the easiest alloy to cast; high ductility; high impact strength; easily plated; economical for small parts; promotes long die life.

3.Magnesium: the easiest alloy to machine; excellent strength-to-weight ratio; lightest alloy commonly die cast.

4.Copper: high hardness; high corrosion resistance; highest mechanical properties of alloys die cast; excellent wear resistance; excellent dimensional stability; strength approaching that of steel parts.

5.Lead and tin: high density; extremely close dimensional accuracy; used for special forms of corrosion resistance. Such alloys are not used in foodservice applications for public health reasons.

Some samples of our Sand casting production

Most of the die cast products require maching process after casting. Our customers ask for rough or precise machining. It helps to detect casting defects before shipping. We are familiar with machining properties of various cast steels materials. Typically, we can machine economically for IT6 to IT8 dimensional tolerance levels.


Furthermore we are offering our customers a one stop solution . For example, after casting and machining the metal products we finish with surface treatment
  • Powder Coating
  • Spray painting
  • Silk printing
  • Galvanizing
  • Polishing
  • Anodizing

How Can X-Pro Help With My Project?

X-Pro helps clients with one-time and ongoing project needs. Our specialties include 3D modeling, 3D design, CAD drafting, 3D animation, engineering and 3D renderings, 3D industrial design, prototype design, 3D printing design, mechanical design, architectural design, structural design, 3D interior design, and CAD landscaping design services.

Our CAD designers and drafting contractors work with AutoCAD, SolidWorks, Autodesk Inventor, Maya, 3ds Max, CATIA and many other types of software. Submit your project description and work with a pre-qualified 3D artist, CAD designer, drafter, 3D modeler, 3D animation or engineer specialized for your project needs.

The Project Flow

1. Tell us about your project

Describe your project, estimate the number of hours needed, the duration, and software requirements.

2. Pre-qualified expert freelancer

One of our engineers will contact you to discuss your project and gather more details.

3. Deposit & work

Agreement will need to be signed and payment deposit made in order to begin a project.

FAQ for your new project

Why X-Pro?

We connect you with the best designers in the business, and we offer the most comprehensive set of services for inventors you’ll find anywhere. We take the guesswork out of online design services, and let you focus on what’s important.

How do private projects work?

Simple. Just send us a project brief and we will provide you with a design quote from a pre-qualified designer for your project.

Who can see my project?

Private projects are entirely confidential. Only you and the designer that you will be working with will see your project description, file attachments and submitted work.

Do I own the designs & IP?

Yes. Our legally binding terms of service assign the ownership of intellectual property (IP) from the designer to the service buyer for any paid designs.

Do you offer manufacturing services?

Yes we do! We offer a range of  manufacturing services, including 3D printing, rapid manufacturing and conventional injection molding.

How is a design project different from hourly services?

Design projects are limited-term projects with a concrete budget, based on an upfront quote from the CAD designer. Hourly services are for ongoing work that generally have an open work scope.

Will designers sign a NDA?

We’ve got this covered. Our legally binding terms of service covers freelancer non-disclosure. Freelancers on X-Pro have agreed to and are bound by the terms of non-disclosure that are outlined in our terms of service.

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