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Die Cast Mould is a manufacturing process used to produce metal parts in large quantities. It involves injecting molten metal into a mold cavity under high pressure, which then solidifies and forms the desired shape of the part. Die casting is commonly used to produce parts with complex shapes and high dimensional accuracy.

Rego as a Professional Die Cast Mould service provider offers expertise in the design, manufacture, and maintenance of die casting molds. We typically use advanced software and tools to design the molds, and then manufacture them using high-quality materials.

How Does Rego Meet All The Die Cast Mould Needs Of Our Customers?

With these services listed below, Rego will be able to meet the mold and die needs of its customers, resulting in high-quality molds that can produce complex metal parts with precision and accuracy.
Design expertise: Rego has a team of skilled designers who use advanced software and tools to create custom Die Casting Mould designs that meet the specific needs of each customer.
High-quality materials: We use high-quality materials such as 1.2344, 8407, 8418,And DIEVAR to manufacture the molds, ensuring that they are durable and able to withstand the high pressures and temperatures involved in the Die Casting process.
Precision manufacturing: We use advanced manufacturing techniques to ensure that the molds are precise and accurate, with tight tolerances and smooth surface finishes.

Why You Need Die Casting Mould?

Die casting moulds are essential in the manufacturing process of die casting products. Die casting is a metal casting process that involves the use of high-pressure to force molten metal into a mould cavity. The molten metal then solidifies into the desired shape, and the final product is removed from the mould.
Here are some reasons why you need die casting moulds:

Accuracy And Precision

Die casting moulds are designed with high accuracy and precision to ensure that the final product meets the required specifications.


Die casting moulds are cost-effective in the long run, especially when producing large quantities of products.

How To Consult Our Design Engineer?

Identify your requirements: Before consulting with a design engineer, you should have a clear understanding of your requirements, including the specifications, materials, budget, and timeline for the project. This will help the engineer to provide you with the best possible solution.

Meet your Die Cast Mould design needs

In order to meet your Die Cast Mould design, you may provide us with the project details, which will help us know your needs better and provide us with the appropriate solution. After consultation, we will provide you with the schedule, budget range, and project outline. Finally, we will keep in close contact with you during our cooperation. To ensure the normal operation of the project.

Customized solutions

We can work with clients to develop customized solutions that meet their specific needs and requirements.


We have experience and expertise in their field, which allows us to offer insights and recommendations that can help clients to achieve their goals.

Cost savings:

We can often help clients to reduce costs by optimizing the design process and identifying ways to streamline production.

Factors To Consider For Making Perfect Die Casting Molds

Before making die cast molds, there are some important factors to guide in die cast tool design. They goes as below:


Die casting ribs to help improve the strength of the material for a product lacking the desired wall thickness. Selective rib placement improves fill capability and decreases product weight. It also reduces the occurrence of non-uniform thickness and stress cracking.

Parting Lines

Parting lines, also known as parting surfaces, join various mold sections together. If the parting line is deformed due to work strain or it is wrongly positioned, materials can pass through the space between the mold pieces. This may lead to excessive and non-uniform seaming.


Bosses are die-cast knobs that serve as stand-offs or mounting points in die cast molds. Manufacturing industries usually add a hole to the internal structure of the boss to make sure the walls have a uniform thickness. It is challenging to fill bosses with metal, and thus, ribbing and filleting are essential to eliminate this issue.

Wall Thickness

Die castings have a thin wall that has no fast and hard rules for maximum and minimum wall thickness. It is necessary to create a uniform wall thickness throughout the part. Uniformity will provide a smooth metal flow when filling and reduce distortion resulting from cooling and shrinkage. The main aim is for the die casting mold to fill before the solidification process to prevent cold shuts.

Holes and Windows

Having holes and windows in aluminum die casting mold allows for the creation of substantial drafts and ease in removing a completed mold. However, features like flashovers, cross feeders, and overflow are necessary to prevent material flow and unwanted cast in the holes. Holes and windows are among the essential things in design geometry. They affect the flow of molten metal and play a vital role in the product’s final quality.


Manufacturers always add product logos or brand names in the mold design in die casting. Some casting has a date to differentiate a batch from another batch. Although symbols do not make the design process complex, they can add to the cost of production. A raised logo will require a different metal for every manufactured part, while an indented symbol will require a lesser amount of metal.


A Fillet is a concave junction that helps to smoothen an angled surface. A curved surface disturbs the casting process, so folds have fillets to produce a honed edge and limit the risk of production errors. Although there is an exception to the parting lines, you can add fillets to any part of the mold.
The fillet will increase the lifespan of the tool. To allow for continuity of smoothness, make a constant-radius fillet. Furthermore, tools that have a deep inside will need larger fillets.

Die Draft Angle Analysis

The draft angle is the degree to which you can tamper with a mold core. You need a precise draft to release the castings from the dies safely. However, the draft is not constant, varying according to the angle of the wall. Thus, characteristics like the type of molten alloy used, the mold’s depth, and the mold’s shape can affect the whole process. 
Another factor that can affect drafts is mold geometry. Generally, untapped holes need tapping because of the risk of shrinkage. Likewise, inner walls need more drafting than outer walls because inner walls tend to shrink.

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