High Pressure Die Casting

High pressure die casting (HPDC) is a manufacturing process that uses high pressure and speed to force molten metal into a closed steel die. The die has a stationary and moving half, both of which are mounted to the die casting machine's platens. The die casting machine uses hydraulics and pressurized gas to move a piston forward, injecting the molten metal into the closed steel die. The metal is held in the die until it solidifies, and then the die is unlocked, opened, and the casting ejected

Sand Die Casting

Sand casting is a metal casting technique that uses a sand mold to create a final product by pouring molten metal into the mold. Die casting is another casting method that uses high pressure to inject molten metal into a metal mold.

Gravity Die Casting

Gravity die casting (GDC) is a manufacturing process that uses gravity to pour molten metal into a reusable metal mold to produce high-quality metal parts with complex shapes and smooth surfaces. The process is also known as permanent mold casting