MOLDIE is also a professional aluminum and zinc die casting service provider. Die casting mold design and manufacturing, and die casting parts production are all available in Moldie.

· Finishing Capabilities

In any situation, aluminum and zinc die castings require secondary operations to get the required aesthetic appearance. MOLDIE has all the necessary equipment and expertise to deliver a completely finished product.

· Trim Die

Trim dies are used to shear the excess aluminum or zinc (runner, overflows, and flash) around the cast parts. The trim die cuts the flash from the part accurately and consistently. It is the fastest way to remove the flash.

· Shot Blasting

Shot blasting is a method that helps with the removal of excess flash and burrs that may remain after the trim operation. It can create an even, textured surface on the casting. Shot blasting is an important intermediate step for the surface preparation of an aluminum and zinc casting before its surface is painted or coated.

· Electrophoresis

Electrophoresis can also be referred to as electrocoating, e-coating, and electrophoretic coating, etc. In any case, the parts are immersed in the solution in an electrified tank containing the paint; the paint migrates to the surface of the part. The advantage of this process is that every part of the surface is evenly coated with the paint.

· Electroplating

Electroplating is the process of using electrodeposition to coat a component in a layer of metal(s) that is less reactive. It helps in creating a protective barrier and makes the component more resistant to tarnishing and corrosion. It can also increase heat resistance and makes the piece stronger against impacts and shocks if the underlying metal is brittle.

· Painting/Powder Coating

Painting or powder coating can be applied to a pre-treated or non-treated metal surface of a part to get a great look. It is customizable to suit your brand.

· CNC Machining

CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining is one of the most popular industrial processes for creating metal parts, but in die casting it is also used to create the die and / or to add more intricate features after a part has been die-cast.

· Vibratory Deburring

Vibratory deburring removes the rough edges from the die-cast parts and helps improve the appearance of the part. It enables the parts with close tolerances to achieve the best results. Most of all, deburring will improve the performance, durability, and reliability of the parts, resulting in lower lifecycle costs. It is also a highly automated process that helps to reduce labor costs.

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