MMI specializes in a wide variety of cast parts for the automotive, oil and gas, and air flow industries.
We produce quality cast parts and assemblies in a wide variety of non-ferrous materials and metal alloys.


SHAPING PROCESSES: Die Casting, Investment Casting, Permanent Mold Casting, and Sand Casting.
SECONDARY PROCESSES: Machining, Plating, Grinding, Stamping, Welding, Painting, and Assembly.
SIZING: Ranges from miniature parts weighing a few grams to castings that weigh several tons.
PLASTICS: Injection Molding, Thermoforming, Blow Molding, and Rotational Molding.
MATERIALS: Aluminum, Zinc, Magnesium, Steel, Iron, and Bronze.


Our global network of ISO certified suppliers ensures quality and on-time production to meet the fast and demanding requirements of American manufacturers and OEMs.
Regardless of your location you will be able to benefit from our expertise in tube bending, forming, beading, end-forming, swaging, welding, and more.
Our multilevel global quality team provides hands on engineering support to ensure quality at every step.

  • Investing in a custom-fabricated die for casting is an efficient and economical manufacturing decision.
  • Die casting results are durable, dimensionally stable, and have consistent high-quality appearance
  • A single die can produce thousands of identical castings within specified tolerances without additional tooling.
  • Die casting can produce metal parts with complex shapes and strict tolerances better than most other mass production processes
  • Die casting yields especially high production rates, with great accuracy and require little or no machining.
  • Die castings are generally much stronger than plastic injection moldings with the same dimensions.

  • These complex dies will produce visually pleasing components that are durable, dimensionally stable, and consistant quality.
  • Single mold design (die set) allows multiple features to be imparted in one process.
  • Die casting reduces cost being a single process versus a process that requires several distinct production steps.
  • Die casting can reduce waste material and scrap.
  • Die cast surfaces, as cast, are smoother than most other forms of casting such as sand, permanent mold, and investment casting processes
  • Die cast surfaces can be produced simulating a wide variety of textures.
  • Die castings provide integral fastening elements, such as bosses and studs.
  • There is a much higher corrosion resistance of die casting alloys.