MiMfactories provides services for custom Metal Casting. We offer sand casting, precision casting, and die casting methods. No matter what casting method your project requires, our factories consistently deliver high quality cast metal products that meet or exceed expectations.

Metal casting occurs when molten metal is poured, or injected into a custom-made mold. After the metal cools and hardens the finalized metal part shape is then ready to be finished. This can be accomplished through additional machining, and other processing techniques that are used to achieve desired tolerances and finishes.

Metal Casting

Metal Casting Specification

Item Name Stamping parts
Size As per approval product drawings
Thickness 0.5mm~15mm
Material Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminium Alloy, Cooper and other metal sheets  as per requirement
Application Household Hardware Products
Surface Treatment Self color, Polishing, Painting, Powder Coating, Electrophoretic Coating, Anodizing, Nickel Plating, Zinc Plating, Hot dip Galvanizing etc.
Quality Control 1. Test raw materials, sizes, chemical composition and mechanical property;

2. Random inspection during production processing;

3. Final production size test, with measurement tools, special gauges and Coordinate instrument if needed;

4. Assembly and Function test, with special testing gauges;

5. Packing test

Packing Plastic bags, Cartons, Racks, Plywood Cases etc.
Logistics Shipping, Air Flight, International Express etc.
Processes available Cutting, Bending, Blanking, Punching, Deep Drawing, Hot Punching, Drilling & Tapping, Rivetting, Welding, Machining, Polishing, Plating etc.
Certificate ISO 9001
Service Custom OEM/ODM metal parts processing, Whole Product assembly, 2D & 3D drawings design, International Delivery Logistics, Serivce before & after sales etc.

There are several different methods that are available for casting a part. The most popular methods include, die, sand, and investment casting. Each method uses a slightly different process but delivers the same results. The casting method used depends on the metal or alloy being cast, and the dimensions and geometry of the part design, among other factors.

Because molten metal flows much like a liquid, and can completely fill all areas of an intricate mold shape, metal casting is the preferred process for creating complex metal parts. Metal casting is also far better suited for making parts that require internal cavities. There is essentially no upper or lower size limit for cast parts, making it the ideal method for small to very large parts.

Metal Casting Advantages

Metal casting provides several distinct industrial advantages, some of which include:

  • Accepts higher tolerances for more detailed part designs
  • Creates closer to net-shape parts that require less secondary machining/processing
  • Nearly always lighter than otherwise-identical forged parts
  • Easier and less time-consuming modification of part designs and accompanying molds

Metal Casting Disadvantages

Metal casting is not always the preferred method for creating parts, some of the disadvantages include:

  • Often exhibit more surface porosity than forged parts and may contain unintentional voids
  • Not as tough as forged parts (cannot withstand as much pressure or frequency of impact)
  • Requires more operator monitoring and interaction to maintain quality and prevent defects

Product materials of cast iron, cast steel, super duplex, SST, copper based & aluminum based alloys.

  • CNC milling (Aluminum, brass, steel, zinc alloy, many others )
  • Sheet metal (Steel, Aluminum, many others)
  • Die Casting (ADC12,etc);
  • Finish :remove bur, sandblast, anodized, painting, printing, plating, high polish, mirror polish, blackening, powder coating, etc.

Here below please find some pictures we have made recently:

CNC milling die casting

Contact MiMfactories today for your production metal casting needs, or request a quote today.

Small - medium - high order quantity