Aluminium Die Casting

Since the founding of our company, our engagement in plastic injection moulding has led to significant accomplishments.

We are currently equipped with 64 state-of-the-art horizontal and vertical injection moulding machines, ensuring a continuous output of high-quality products.

Our focus extends beyond round-the-clock efficiency for bulk orders to include the utilisation of advanced technology for the manufacture of sophisticated plastic moulded parts.

The engineering prowess we offer, along with a comprehensive range of secondary operations, has provided substantial value to our clientele.

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Aluminium Die Casting At Coler

Coler Supply Solutions specialises in high-pressure aluminum die casting, a process where molten aluminum is injected into molds to create precise, high-strength components. This method is ideal for intricate shapes and is widely employed in various industries, such as automotive, computing, telecommunications, and medical devices. Common applications include central control dashboards, electrical enclosures, steering systems, computer casings, and dual-cavity filters.

Advantages Of Die Casting With Aluminium

Excellent corrosion resistance

Excellent intensity & hardness

Excellent thermal conductivity

Great stiffness and weight ratio

Excellent EMI & RFI sheilding performance

Why Choose Coler Supply for Plastic Injection Moulding

Place your confidence in our over 50 years of expertise in injection moulding technology, our adept manufacturing management team, and our methodical management system. Rely on our high-quality and efficient production capabilities. We excel in devising suitable manufacturing strategies that meet exacting product quality standards, optimising costs, and reducing lead times.


Integrated Solutions

Coler's streamlined processes, combine design, tooling, and production to deliver efficient, end-to-end solutions for complex component manufacturing.


Large Material Library

Coler Supply Solutions offers a wide range of aluminium material options, providing versatility and flexibility for creating large and intricate components.


Strict Quality Control

Die casting demands rigorous quality control to ensure precise, defect-free parts, we accomplish this by adhering to strict standards for consistency and performance.


Reworks As Needed

We provide rework services as required, ensuring that die-cast components meet the desired specifications and quality standards.


Precision Parts

Die casting excels at creating precision parts with intricate details and tight tolerances, ensuring consistent quality in various industries.


High Productivity

Die casting allows us efficiently produce a large volume of intricate and high-quality parts within short timeframes.

Application advantages of using Aluminium

Aluminum's excellent electrical and shielding properties make it suitable for high-temperature environments. It can be used to manufacture electronic connectors and shell components through die casting.

Aluminum die casting parts are predominantly used in network construction, telecommunications infrastructure, and the computer industry due to their excellent heat dissipation capabilities, particularly for radio-frequency filter shells.

Die-cast aluminum parts provide EMI/RFI shielding for handheld devices due to their excellent stiffness, durability, and lightweight properties, making them increasingly popular.

Why Choose Coler Supply as your die casting partner

To ensure that your manufacturing plan operates efficiently and with the flexibility required to maintain high-quality standards, it's crucial to implement strict project flow management. Here's a concise guide to achieving this:

Product DFM Analysis

Mould Design

Mould Making

Mould Trial

Sample Approved

Large Volume Production

Quality Control



Customer Aftercare

Popular Aluminium Die Casting Applications





Why Aluminium For Die Casting?

Die casting is a versatile manufacturing process used to create complex, precision parts. One of the key decisions in die casting is selecting the right material for the job. Among the various materials available for die casting, aluminium stands out as a popular and advantageous choice.

Lightweight and Strong: Aluminium is known for its excellent strength-to-weight ratio. It is significantly lighter than other metals like steel, making it an ideal choice for applications where weight reduction is crucial. This characteristic is particularly important in the automotive industry, where lightweight components can improve fuel efficiency and overall performance.

Excellent Thermal Conductivity: Aluminium boasts excellent thermal conductivity properties, which means it can efficiently dissipate heat. This is especially valuable in applications where temperature control is essential, such as in electronics and heat exchangers. Aluminium's ability to manage heat helps prevent overheating and ensures the longevity of components.

Corrosion Resistance: Aluminium naturally forms a protective oxide layer on its surface, providing resistance to corrosion. This feature makes aluminium die-cast parts suitable for various environments, including outdoor and marine applications. It eliminates the need for additional coatings or treatments to protect against rust.

High Precision and Tight Tolerances: Aluminum's low melting point and excellent fluidity when molten make it well-suited for intricate and complex part designs. Die casting with aluminum allows for the creation of parts with tight tolerances and fine details. This precision is critical in industries such as aerospace, where safety and performance standards are stringent.

Cost-Effective: Aluminum is abundant and relatively affordable compared to other metals like magnesium or titanium. The cost-effectiveness of aluminum die casting makes it an attractive choice for a wide range of industries. It provides an excellent balance between performance and cost, making it a practical option for many applications.

Recyclability: Aluminum is highly recyclable, with a recycling rate of over 90%. This sustainability aspect is increasingly important in today's environmentally conscious world. Using recycled aluminum for die casting reduces the need for primary aluminum production and lowers the overall carbon footprint of the manufacturing process.

Aesthetic Appeal: Aluminum's natural appearance can be visually appealing, making it suitable for parts that are visible or require a polished finish. Its ability to be easily finished with coatings, plating, or anodizing further enhances its aesthetic versatility.