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The first stage of the manufacturing process requires a feasibility study carried out in conjunction with our engineering team and the customer.

The completion of a feasibility study at the die-cast zamak mould engineering stage is essential to ensure that the production process is feasible and profitable.

Our engineering department has the latest CAD, CAE and FEA software to assist the customer and design the moulds and processes that best suit the required needs.


Mould design is a key factor in the success of the zamak die casting process. The maintenance of all the production means is carried out at our facilities.


Material selection: Zamak is a versatile and popular material in die casting, but it is important to choose the right alloy depending on the characteristics of the final product. In addition, it is necessary to take into account the availability of the material on the market and its price.

Machine park consisting of presses from 50 to 220TN pressure with robotic cells.


After the injection operation, a series of secondary operations are carried out to improve the quality and functionality of the parts, such as:

  • Vibrating: This operation is used to remove burrs and improve the appearance of the part. It consists of placing the parts in a container with abrasive media and vibrating them.
  • Shot blasting: In this process, a blast of steel shot or other abrasive material is used to remove burrs and improve the surface of the part.
  • Machining: Some parts may require machining operations to create holes, slots, threads...
  • Surface treatment: If a specific aesthetic appearance is required, a protective coating can be applied to the zamak injected part. The paint can be applied by spraying, immersion or electrophoresis.


We have different types of metallic coatings available for zamak injected parts, such as zinc plating, nickel plating, chrome plating, painting, KTL, PVD, among others.

An electrolytic bath plant for zamak die castings is a facility used for the surface treatment of zamak die castings. This process is used to improve the appearance of the part and/or increase its corrosion resistance and improve paint adhesion.


Control over the injection of zamak in the manufacturing cells is fundamental to ensure quality and efficiency in the production process. Our aim is to have a robust process where the goal is ZERO DEFECTS in an efficient way.


Specific packaging in industrial sectors such as automotive, aeronautics and electronics has evolved significantly in recent decades.

We look for the packaging that best suits the customer's needs, with an emphasis on reducing waste and therefore the carbon footprint.


Managing the shipment of goods to international markets is a complex task that requires careful planning and constant attention to detail.