Die casting is a manufacturing process in which molten metal is poured or pressed into a steel mold.
The molds (also known as a tool or dies) is manufactured using steel and designed specifically for each project. This allows each component to be created with accuracy and repeatability.
Aluminum, zinc and magnesium are the most commonly used die casting alloys.
Sand casting is a casting-based manufacturing process that involves the use of sand forms. It is used to manufacture metal products and components of various sizes and shapes.
In terms of its popularity, statistics show that more than half of all metal castings (about 60%) are produced using sand casting.
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Investment casting (also known as lost wax investment casting) produces parts with fine detail and excellent cast surface finish. Investment mold castings are molded with internal or external features, thin walls and internal channels to achieve near-net shapes.
These features often result in significant savings in material, labor and machining costs compared to other metal casting processes.