Die Casting


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Die Casting - short version

Die casting is an inexpensive method for producing certain types of machine parts, particularly those needing no great strength, in mass production. The castings are made by forcing molten metal or molten alloy into a cavity between dies in a die-casting machine. Parts thus produced usually require little or no finishing. A casting has been produced by forcing a molten alloy having an aluminium, copper, zinc, tin, or two lead base into a metal mould composed of two halves.



 



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