In this sector, is where we are using mainly Magnesium die casting, because of his lightness, in so competitive market like Germany.
Excluding titanium, Magnesium is the alloy with the best strength-to-weight ratio of all structural metals.
The same part can be produce in Zamak or Magnesium with very similar production cost.
The precision of the tolerances to warranty the perfect function of the tool is essential in the die casting process of Zamak and Magnesium parts.
The alloy called Zamak appeared between 1926 and 1929, when it was developed and patented by the New Jersey Zinc Company, a company that led the greatest research and achievements in the world of zinc at the beginning of the 20th century.
Magnesium parts are today a key resource for the most demanding applications.