Metal Admin main April 3, 2024


We utilize modern manufacturing methods to streamline production and reduce costs, including metal stamping, machining, die casting, and investment casting. With cutting-edge equipment and a skilled design team, we deliver precise custom products on time. Our in-house toolroom enables rapid prototyping and tool development, supported by secondary departments for subassembly and finishing. Whatever your design complexity, we collaborate with you to optimize your metal manufacturing needs.

Choose Boom Industrial for top-quality metal products and efficient production.


Die Casting Machine

Our aluminum die-casting capabilities redefine excellence in automotive and industrial applications. With a commitment to precision, efficiency, and innovation, our state-of-the-art facilities are equipped to meet the most demanding requirements of the automotive and industrial sectors. We specialize in a process that delivers high-quality, intricate components with unparalleled strength-to-weight ratio.

Aluminum’s lightweight properties make it an ideal choice for applications where reducing overall weight is crucial, such as in the automotive industry for engine components and structural parts.

Our die-casting capabilities cover a diverse range of automotive and industrial components, from intricate and complex shapes to larger, heavy-duty parts. The efficiency of our die-casting process ensures a rapid and cost-effective production cycle without compromising on precision or quality.

Key Features of Our Aluminum Die-Casting Capabilities:

  • Advanced Technology: Our facilities are equipped with cutting-edge die-casting machinery and technology, ensuring that we stay at the forefront of industry standards.
  • Alloy Expertise: We work with a variety of aluminum alloys, carefully selecting the most suitable alloy for each application to meet the specific mechanical and thermal requirements.
  • High Precision: Our skilled technicians and precision machinery guarantee tight tolerances and consistent quality across every die-casted component.
  • Customization: Whether you require components for automotive engines, industrial machinery, or other applications, our team can customize die-casting solutions to meet your unique specifications.
  • Quality Assurance: Our commitment to quality is unwavering. Rigorous testing and quality control measures are implemented throughout the die-casting process to ensure the highest standards are consistently met.

Our aluminum die-casting capabilities are not just about producing components; they are about elevating performance, efficiency, and reliability in the automotive and industrial sectors. Partner with us for innovative solutions that redefine what’s possible in aluminum die-casting.


The most commonly used aluminum alloys for die casting are A380, 383, B390, A413, A360, ADC12 and CC40. The primary consideration when choosing an appropriate alloy is the intended application.

ADC12 for example offers the following benefits when casting aluminum components:

  • Good Castability: Highly fluidity allows it to fill complex molds with ease, which is critical for producing intricate products such as automotive parts.
  • High Strength: Excellent mechanical properties that make ADC12 ideal for use in high-stress environments.
  • Lightweight: It’s low density makes it an ideal material for lightweight applications
  • Corrosion resistance: ADC12 offers good corrosion resistance, which makes it suitable for use in harsh environments.
  • Dimensional Stability: ADC12 has good dimensional stability, which means that it can maintain its shape and size even under high-stress conditions

We pride ourselves on our cutting-edge solutions and our commitment to delivering high-quality products to our clients. Our squeeze casting capabilities stand as a testament to our dedication to innovation and excellence in the industry.

With state-of-the-art equipment and a team of skilled professionals, we specialize in utilizing squeeze casting to produce precision-engineered components for various applications across diverse industries. Our squeeze-casting process allows us to create parts with superior mechanical properties, exceptional dimensional accuracy, and excellent surface finish.

Here are some key highlights of Boom Industrial’s squeeze-casting capabilities:

  • Advanced Technology: We employ the latest squeeze casting technology to ensure optimal results and maximum efficiency in our manufacturing processes.
  • Precision Engineering: Our team of experts leverages their expertise and experience to design and engineer components that meet the highest quality and performance standards.
  • Custom Solutions: We understand that every project is unique, which is why we offer customized squeeze-casting solutions tailored to our clients’ specific requirements and applications.
  • Quality Assurance: Quality is at the forefront of everything we do. We adhere to strict quality control measures throughout the entire manufacturing process to ensure that each component meets or exceeds industry standards.
  • Industry Expertise: With years of experience serving clients in various industries, including automotive, aerospace, and defense, we have the knowledge and expertise to tackle even the most challenging squeeze casting projects.

Partner with Boom Industrial for your squeeze casting needs, and experience the difference that our expertise and commitment to quality can make for your business. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help bring your projects to life with our squeeze-casting capabilities.

Squeeze Casting VS Aluminum Extrusion:

There are several distinct benefits of Squeeze Casting over Aluminum Extrusion:

  • Material Properties: Squeeze casting enables the production of components with superior mechanical properties compared to aluminum extrusion. The application of pressure during solidification in squeeze casting reduces porosity and enhances material density, resulting in parts with improved strength, ductility, and fatigue resistance.
  • Complexity and Design Flexibility: Squeeze casting allows for the production of intricate and complex-shaped components with thinner walls and finer details compared to aluminum extrusion. This versatility in design enables manufacturers to create parts with more sophisticated geometries and functionalities, expanding the range of potential applications.
  • Dimensional Accuracy and Tight Tolerances: Squeeze casting offers greater dimensional accuracy and tighter tolerances than aluminum extrusion. The precise control over the casting process, including pressure application and cooling rates, ensures consistent part dimensions and minimal variability, making it ideal for applications where tight tolerances are critical.
  • Surface Finish: Squeeze casting typically yields components with smoother surface finishes compared to aluminum extrusion. The combination of pressure application and rapid solidification results in parts with minimal surface defects and improved surface aesthetics, reducing the need for additional finishing operations.
  • Material Efficiency and Waste Reduction: Squeeze casting minimizes material waste compared to aluminum extrusion. The near-net shape capability of squeeze casting allows for the production of parts with minimal machining or material removal, leading to higher material utilization rates and reduced scrap generation.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: While squeeze casting may involve higher initial tooling and setup costs than aluminum extrusion, it can offer long-term cost savings through improved material efficiency, reduced machining requirements, and enhanced part performance. The ability to produce high-quality, near-net shape components with fewer secondary operations can contribute to overall cost-effectiveness over the product lifecycle.

While both squeeze casting and aluminum extrusion are valuable manufacturing processes for producing aluminum components, squeeze casting offers distinct advantages in terms of material properties, design flexibility, dimensional accuracy, surface finish, material efficiency, and cost-effectiveness, making it a preferred choice for certain applications requiring high-performance and precision-engineered parts.

Metal Components

Welcome to where precision and innovation converge in our exceptional metal investment casting capabilities tailored for automotive and industrial applications. Our state-of-the-art facilities are equipped to meet the exacting demands of these industries, providing unparalleled quality and versatility in the production of complex and finely detailed components.

Key Features of Our Metal Investment Casting Capabilities:

  • Versatility in Materials: Our investment casting process accommodates a wide range of metals, including stainless steel, carbon steel, and specialty alloys. This versatility ensures that we can meet the diverse material requirements of automotive and industrial applications.
  • Complex Geometries: Investment casting allows for the production of intricate and complex shapes with high precision. This capability is especially valuable in the automotive and industrial sectors where intricate components are often integral to optimal performance.
  • Superior Surface Finish: Our investment casting process delivers components with superior surface finishes, minimizing the need for additional machining. This is crucial for applications where aesthetics and smooth surfaces are essential.
  • Consistent Quality: Rigorous quality control measures are embedded throughout our investment casting process. We ensure that each component meets stringent standards for dimensional accuracy, structural integrity, and material properties.
  • Customization: Whether you require components for engines, turbines, or other critical applications, our team can tailor the investment casting process to meet your unique specifications. This level of customization ensures that our solutions align precisely with your project requirements.
  • Efficiency and Cost-Effectiveness: Our streamlined investment casting process, coupled with advanced technologies, ensures efficiency and cost-effectiveness without compromising on the quality of the final product. This is particularly beneficial for large-scale production runs in automotive and industrial settings.

We are not just a manufacturer; we are a partner in innovation. Our metal investment casting capabilities redefine what’s possible in terms of precision, material versatility, and component complexity. Elevate your automotive and industrial projects with components that embody the pinnacle of quality and performance.


Welcome to Boom Industrial’s cutting-edge metal machining capabilities! Our state-of-the-art facilities are equipped with advanced technologies to meet the diverse needs of our clients. Precision is at the core of what we do, and our skilled team leverages a range of machining processes to deliver exceptional results.

Our CNC machining services ensure unparalleled accuracy and repeatability, allowing us to produce intricate metal components with tight tolerances. Whether you require milling, turning, or grinding, our versatile machinery can handle a variety of materials, including aluminum, stainless steel, titanium, and more.

At Boom Industrial, we prioritize efficiency without compromising quality. Our automated systems enhance production speed while maintaining the highest standards. We specialize in both small-scale and large-scale production runs, offering flexibility to accommodate your unique project requirements.

Continuous investments in cutting-edge technologies and ongoing training for our team keep us at the forefront of the industry. This commitment to innovation enables us to tackle complex projects, providing solutions that meet and exceed expectations.


  • Aluminum: Known for its lightweight and corrosion-resistant properties, aluminum is widely used in automotive components, aerospace, and general machining applications.
  • Steel: A versatile and durable material, steel is commonly used for a wide range of industrial and automotive parts. Different types of steel, such as carbon steel and stainless steel, are chosen based on their strength, corrosion resistance, and other characteristics.
  • Stainless Steel: Recognized for its corrosion resistance and strength, stainless steel is frequently employed in machining components for automotive, aerospace, and industrial applications where resistance to rust and staining is essential.
  • Brass: Brass is valued for its corrosion resistance, electrical conductivity, and aesthetics. It is commonly used in the machining of automotive parts, electrical connectors, and various precision components.
  • Copper: With excellent electrical conductivity and thermal properties, copper is used in machining electrical components, heat exchangers, and other applications where these properties are crucial.
  • Titanium: Known for its high strength-to-weight ratio and corrosion resistance, titanium is utilized in aerospace, automotive, and medical industries for critical components that require both strength and lightness.
  • Cast Iron: Cast iron is often employed in machining for its excellent wear resistance and damping properties. It finds applications in engine components, gears, and other heavy-duty parts.
  • Nickel Alloys: These alloys, such as Inconel and Monel, offer high temperature and corrosion resistance, making them suitable for machining components in challenging environments, such as aerospace and chemical processing.
  • Bronze: Bronze is chosen for its wear resistance, making it suitable for machining components like bushings, bearings, and gears in various industrial applications.
  • Zinc Alloys: Zinc alloys, like Zamak, are commonly used in die casting for producing intricate components with good strength and surface finish.

Equipment list

    • We have over 200 CNC Machines available in our CNC machining center! 
      • Okamoto  Grinding machine 
      • Star Screw Machine
      • Throttle Shaft special line
      • Miyano Lathe
      • Multi-Station Processing line
      • FANUC CNC
      • UK Multi-Station Machine
      • High precision machining for EV and Driveshaft and Throttle Shafts and plates

Precision meets power in our cutting-edge metal stamping capabilities tailored for automotive and industrial applications. Our state-of-the-art facilities boast a formidable tonnage range, spanning from 130 to 3600 tons, allowing us to efficiently and effectively handle a diverse array of stamping projects.

Our robust press lineup, equipped with tonnage capacities ranging across this extensive spectrum, ensures that we can accommodate projects of varying sizes and complexities. Whether you require intricate small-scale components or large, heavy-duty parts, our metal stamping capabilities are up to the task.

Here we understand the importance of scale and efficiency. Our presses are designed to handle tool dimensions up to an impressive 6.3 meters by 2.5 meters. This expansive capability enables the production of sizable stamped components with uncompromised precision and accuracy.

Our commitment to quality is reflected not only in the power and size of our presses but also in the expertise of our skilled team. With a focus on delivering excellence, we ensure that every stamped part meets the highest industry standards for durability, reliability, and performance.

Discover the unmatched capabilities of our metal stamping services, where innovation, power, and precision converge to bring your automotive and industrial projects to new heights. Partner with us for stamping solutions that make a significant impact on your manufacturing needs.

Metal stamping is a versatile process that can be applied to a variety of materials. The choice of material depends on the specific requirements of the application. Here are some common materials used in metal stamping:

  • Steel (Carbon Steel): Widely used for its strength and durability, carbon steel is a common choice for metal stamping in applications where hardness and toughness are critical.
  • Stainless Steel: Known for its corrosion resistance, stainless steel is used in metal stamping when components require protection against rust and staining. It is commonly utilized in automotive and kitchen appliance manufacturing.
  • Aluminum: Recognized for its lightweight properties, aluminum is often chosen for metal stamping in applications where weight reduction is essential, such as in the automotive and aerospace industries.
  • Copper: Valued for its excellent electrical conductivity, copper is used in metal stamping for electrical components, connectors, and other applications where conductivity is crucial.
  • Brass: Combining copper and zinc, brass offers corrosion resistance and aesthetic appeal. It is commonly used in metal stamping for decorative components, fasteners, and electrical connectors.
  • Nickel Alloys (e.g., Inconel, Monel): These alloys are chosen for their resistance to high temperatures and corrosion, making them suitable for metal stamping in aerospace, chemical processing, and other demanding environments.
  • Bronze: With good wear resistance, bronze is often used in metal stamping for bearings, bushings, and other applications where durability and self-lubricating properties are important.
  • Galvanized Steel: Steel that has been coated with a layer of zinc to enhance corrosion resistance. It is commonly used in metal stamping for outdoor and marine applications.
  • Titanium: Known for its high strength-to-weight ratio, titanium is utilized in metal stamping for components that require both strength and lightweight characteristics, such as in aerospace applications.
  • High-Strength Low-Alloy Steel (HSLA): These steels offer improved mechanical properties and are used in metal stamping for applications that require a balance of strength and formability.

The selection of the appropriate material depends on factors such as the intended application, desired mechanical properties, and environmental conditions. Each material brings unique characteristics to the metal stamping process, allowing manufacturers to tailor solutions to specific needs.