Our global network of experts gives you access to bespoke die casting and plastic injection moulding solutions that suit your unique requirements and fit seamlessly with our services.


Our die casting service

What is die casting?

Die casting is a fast and highly repeatable casting process that’s ideal for creating high volumes of components, using aluminium, other non-ferrous alloys, or plastic.

Die casting involves molten material being poured into a mould (or ‘die’), where it fills the space and takes on that shape as it cools and hardens. Once the component has cooled sufficiently, the die is opened and the part is released.

We work with a number of experts in casting and moulding to create bespoke dies for your projects. We have access to a wide range of different casting and moulding processes, including die casting, sand casting, and plastic injection moulding. Each method has its own particular benefits, and our technical specialists can advise you on which is best suited to your project, saving you time, effort and money.

Our turnkey services mean we're also able to fit your cast components into an assembly, offering you a complete solution that's all project managed on your behalf.

What is die casting used for?

Because our die casting and moulding service is completely bespoke, there's no limit to the number of industries that use this service:

  • Building and construction
  • Energy and renewables
  • Disability and accessibility aids
  • Heating and lighting
  • Manufacturing and fabrication
  • Furniture and homewear
  • Doors and windows
  • Automotive and aerospace
  • Sport and outdoor activities
  • Military and security

Benefits

Good dimensional accuracy

We work with experts in die casting and moulding whose bespoke dies and advanced processes result in excellent levels of dimensional accuracy and repeatability.

Turnkey solutions

The cast and moulded components we source from our specialist die casting partners can be worked here at Edmo and fitted into wider assemblies for a complete solution.
 

Quick and cost-effective

After the initial outlay required to source a bespoke die, die casting is both a quick and relatively cost-effective method of production, ideal for medium to high volumes of parts.

Design advice

Everything we do is based around the knowledge and experience of our engineers. We'll advise you on everything from component design and casting methods to machining and finishing. 
 
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