The following design examples can be utilized to improve function and reduce the cost of your aluminum or zinc part.
In certain occasions, a die cast tool can be designed to incorporate dowels and other inserts. These inserts can be permanently cast into the finished part in order to avoid secondary assembly costs.
Casting external threads into die cast parts has become a common practice in order to eliminate secondary machining operations.
With proper knowledge of the casting process tooling design, even the most complex parts can be produced with high quality and efficiency
At ADAMS Die Cast, no job is too complex.
Upfront cost can be saved on tooling by designing ahead for different configurations.
When a part requires features that are not possible to be simply cast, ADAMS Die Cast provides in-house machining options for our customers.
Not every part contains a highly complex parting-line or difficult features.