Die casting, or pressure casting, is a metal casting process characterized by the use of mold cavities to apply high pressure to the molten metal.
In-mold manufacturing, casting and forging are often used for processing. What is the difference between these two manufacturing processes?
The process of pouring molten metal into a mold cavity in the shape of casting, and taking out the finished product after the metal is cooled, is commonly known as sand casting, also known as sand casting. Each sand mold can only be used once, which belongs to destructive casting. Mainly cast steel, aluminum alloy, and copper.