Magnesium Die Casting in India

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Magnesium Die Casting in India is a base material for numerous alloys. AZ91D is the most common magnesium alloy for die casting. It offers very good castability and toughness, and is an ideal material for light weight, highly durable parts.If your project requires a lightweight die casting component with an excellent strength-to-weight ratio, magnesium die casting is the logical option. CWM die casts magnesium alloy AZ91D, a high-purity alloy which offers good corrosion resistance for your Magnesium Die Casting in India

parts, as well as the following benefits:

  • Longer tool life
  • Easiest alloy to machine
  • Good thermal and electrical conductivity
  • Excellent for thin-wall, complex parts
  • Excellent noise and vibration dampening properties
  • Provides excellent EMI & RFI shielding
  • Good finishing characteristics
  • Light weight (75% lighter than steel, 33% lighter than aluminum) with high strength
  • Magnesium parts scrap material is 100% recyclable

Magnesium benefits:

  • The lightest of all structural metals
  • Excellent stiffness and strength-to-weight ratio
  • Outstanding EMI and RFI shielding properties
  • High conductivity, electrical, and thermal
  • Withstands high operating temperatures
  • Cost-effective compared with many engineered thermoplastic materials
  • High dimensional accuracy and stability
  • Exceptional thin wall capability
  • Good environmental corrosion resistance
  • Good finishing characteristics
  • Full recyclability

Magnesium application

Almost as light-weight as plastic, magnesium has the advantage of greater strength and rigidity along with inherent EMI/RFI shielding, durability, heat-dissipation, and full recyclability.Magnesium Die Casting in India


Alloy AZ91D is the most widely used magnesium die cast alloy and has an excellent combination of mechanical properties, corrosion resistance, and castability.
  • Corrosion resistance is achieved by enforcing very strict limits on three metallic impurities—iron, copper and nickel. These are limited to very low levels making it necessary to use primary magnesium in the production of this alloy
  • As with all magnesium alloys, special precautions must be taken when machining

Working with AZ91D

  • Designers of structural components must be aware of the creep limitations of magnesium alloys—generally with increasing temperature, the tensile strength, yield strength, and hardness of magnesium alloys decreases, while ductility increases
  • In addition to environmental effects, there is a change in the metallurgical structure of magnesium over a period of time, and/or at elevated temperatures, that affects the mechanical properties
  • This aging effect arises from the fact that the castings are produced under rapid solidification conditions which don’t allow the alloy to reach equilibrium (effectively, reactions between the alloy constituents have not been completed)
  • Because creep is an important consideration in magnesium parts for elevated temperature use, stresses and times of operations should be known for both peak and normal conditions

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Bangalore – 560 082. India.