Address: Lot VIII-1, Honai Industrial Zone, Trangbom District, Dongnai Province, 810000 Vietnam.
Before we begin the aluminum die casting process, we use a spectrometer to test the chemical composition of the aluminum ingot to ensure the specifications fall between 0-5% difference in purity.
The aluminum ingots go through a melting process at one of eight die casting machine stations, each equipped with a melting furnace. The only step that requires human interaction is placing the ingot into the furnace. The rest is automated.
Once melted, the molten aluminum is injected into the die. We offer a wide range of products that vary in size and weight as well as the machines required to produce them, including a 2,500 tons machine that can cast most powertrain components.
With advancements in technology, quality assurance is no longer dependent on cutting the product to test for porosity. We use an X-ray machine that allows us to accept and reject components more accurately.
After the quality assurance process, components are trimmed, deburred, polished and burnished. We also offer surface finishing options such as painting and coating, depending on the component and your needs. Once completed within specs, the components are packaged and shipped.
A full view of our 1,250-ton die casting production line. A technician is picking up a finished casting as the robot above prepares the die casting mold for another injection.
Our larger aluminum die casting machines are equipped with two robots. One prepares and cleans the mold before each shot, and the other removes the finished casting from the die casting mold.
A close-up of the robotic arms in action. Our fully automated die casting process eliminates human error and speeds up total production time.
Each component is hand trimmed to remove excess metal. All trimmed metal gets remelted to be used for another component.
A pallet of finished castings from our aluminum die casting machine that need to be trimmed.
For larger aluminum die cast products, excess metal needs to be removed by a machine. Here, our skilled technician is preparing the component for this manual process.
A technician scanning completed components. From here, these components will be sent to our X-ray machine for testing. Afterward, they will likely go through a secondary manufacturing process within our facility.
All finished castings go through our X-ray machine for testing. This ensures our clients get the highest quality components.
Overview of our 350-ton aluminum die casting machine that specializes in the production of small or micro components.
Because we specialize in aluminum die casting, we follow the cold chamber casting method where metal is melted externally from the casting equipment. Each of our die casting machines is equipped with it’s own furnace. Molten metal is automatically moved from the melting cauldron to the injection chamber.
A second angle of our 350-ton die casting machine, with a better view of the furnace. Each furnace is equipped with a temperature gauge, presses and conveyor belt with cooling fans.
Aluminum Die Casting
|ADC-3, ADC- 5, ADC-12 and A-380
1 set TOSHIBA 2500 tons DC2500CS3
1 set TOSHIBA 1650 tons DC1650CS3
2 sets TOSHIBA 1250 tons DC1250J-MC
2 sets TOSHIBA 800 tons DC800J-MS
2 sets TOYO 650 tons BD-650VC EX
2 sets TOYO 350 tons BD-350VC EX
50, 000 shots for 2500,1650,1200,800 tons; 80,000 shots for 350 and 650 tons