Die Casting is a proven old method of manufacturing with roots in thousands of B.C. but the modern form of casting traces its roots to the mid-19th century. Development of quicker mobility vehicles and die casting were in lockstep with use of Aluminum as a primary alloy coming in later. Aluminum die casting parts since have become the dominant manufactured die casted parts. While zinc and other alloy casting is also used depending on the properties required by a particular machine where there are to be installed. There is are clear reasons why Aluminum Die casting is preferred for most applications. They are light, with great dimensional stability, highly conductive of heat and electricity and extremely resistive to corrosion. Finding all of these qualities in one is why application of Aluminum die casting is so vast. There are number of appliances in your home, office, transportation, and surrounding that uses, in some degree, aluminum die casting parts.