Rangers Die Casting
Auto Parts & Accessories in Compton, CA
Rangers Die Casting is one of the West Coast's leading producers of precision aluminum die castings. Our more than sixty years of industry know-how speaks volumes about our diverse expertise as a California aluminum die caster. We serve Automotive, Aerospace, Communications, Computer, HVAC, Sporting Goods and other major market segments requiring aluminum die cast parts from five grams to five pounds. We supply these firms with a huge array of aluminum die cast components, aluminum die castings, aluminum alloy castings and metal castings to suit their production requirements.
read moreFor more than six decades, Rangers Die Casting in Lynwood, CA has been providing high-quality, precision aluminum die castings solutions for a variety of industries. We are a leading aluminum die casting company with a commitment to lean manufacturing for aluminum parts. This has enabled us to consolidate three separate aluminum die casting operations as part of our current southern California facilities. We were founded in 1946 by three die makers with a passion for quality tooling and that tradition continues today.
Die Cast Design & Engineering
read moreEffective die casting design is a key to capitalizing on the many benefits provided by aluminum die castings. Our engineers work with you from the start to ensure that we deploy the correct tooling, die casting geometry and aluminum alloys to create a quality part. Rangers aluminum casting company has partnered with an offshore tool shop to offer you the most effective domestic or overseas die cast tooling for cast aluminum parts. We use the latest CAD/CAM software to create 3D designs that help you envision the final die cast aluminum part or cast aluminum component.
California Die Casting Company
read moreFounded in 1946 by three die makers with a passion for quality tooling and that tradition continues today. Rangers Die Casting initially was involved in the production of several different toys. The first was the die for a rubber toy reproduction of the Army Ranger knife, which was the basis for our company name. We also produced cast metal jacks and a replica of the Offenhauser Midget race car that remains today as the Rangers Die Casting logo. After several years, the toy business began to fade and we repositioned ourselves as a full-service aluminum die caster serving the growing automotive and aerospace markets in Southern California.