About Alloy Die Casting

Alloy Die Casting (ADC) has been manufacturing complex die castings using aluminum (AL), Zinc (Zn) and zinc/aluminum (ZA) alloys since 1946. On October 1, 2013, ADC was acquired by Gladstone Capital and Investment Corporation a publicly-traded (NASDAQ:GAIN) business development company. This purchase by Gladstone will continue to provide Alloy Die Casting with the capital and resources necessary to allow Alloy to grow and expand in its pursuit of new die cast applications in the Commercial Aerospace, Industrial, Medical, Communications and Electronics, Automotive After Market, and Defense industries that it serves.

Alloy Die Casting is registered under ISO-9001:2000 and AS-9100C and ITAR.

ADC can furnish castings up to 300 square inches in surface area, provide engineering support, custom tool design and fabrication, CNC machining and complete turnkey finishing.  ADC also supplies cast-in-place metal inserts, decorative/protective coatings, and even bonds seals and other elastomer components to castings to produce a complete subassembly.