Die-Tech Casting started in the early 1970s as High-Tech Die Casting, With a small machine set up in a garage, High-Tech produced cable connect boxes for the upcoming cable TV boom.
Shortly thereafter the owner aquired 125 ton and 400 ton Kux die casting machines from Eaton corporation and began casting thermostat shafts and boxes. With the newly aquired machines, he also picked up work from Consolidated Metals Company, producing a variety of parts for Hyster Corporation and Wade-Rain irrigation division.
When the business was sold to Shell Core Specialties in 1998, the company's name was changed to Die-Tech Casting. With a reputation for quality and customer service, the company continued to grow and attract new clients throughout the Northwest, including manufacturers in the lock box, irrigation, air valve and cylinder, and cemetery vase sectors.
We are proud to supply raw and finished components to various customers and pride ourselves in our quality and customer service.