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Casting is most commonly used to create complex shapes that would otherwise be difficult or uneconomical to make using other methods. Metal casting processes have been known for thousands of years, and have been widely used for creating sculptures, jewelry, transportation, weapons, and tools.
In-mold manufacturing, casting and forging are often used for processing. What is the difference between these two manufacturing processes?
Aerospace components must guarantee personnel safety and facilitate the optimal performance of high-precision instruments and machines.
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.
As adoption of 3D printing spreads throughout the larger sector of industrial manufacturing, the value of the technology as more than just a rapid prototyping tool is becoming increasingly evident. In this article, we gave an overview of how 3D printing is used to fabricate molds and dies for injection molding and die casting.