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    Die Casting

    6 Reasons Why You Should Outsource Your Die Casting and Forging Services

    Among the many fabrication processes that manufacturers use to develop metal components and products, only die casting and forging significantly reshape the metal by manipulating the shape at the interior level. 
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    Why Are Aluminum Bicycle Frame Manufacturers Gaining Popularity?

    The frame is the most important part of the bicycle, connecting each part to create a whole and providing the basic structure for the bicycle. For this reason, bicycle frame manufacturers have put in a significant amount of time and effort into considering the materials and mastering processes used to produce the bicycle frame.
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    Squeeze Casting vs. High-Pressure Die Casting: The Velocity Factor

    At a high level, casting is a manufacturing process in which a liquid material — usually a metal — is poured into a mold that contains a hollow cavity in the shape of the desired product or component. From there, the material is left to solidify.
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    What Is the Lost Wax Casting Process?

    Lost wax casting, also known today as investment casting, is a method of metal casting in which molten metal is cast into a design that has been created from a wax mold. Although it has been around since the third millennium BC, this method is still used today for the flexibility it allows to develop intricate, complex designs without having to account for post-process finishing or shrinkage of the component.
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    What Is the Difference Between Casting and Forging?

    In nearly every man-made environment, metal-based products comprise the many conveniences we use on a daily basis. From lamps and kitchen appliances to automobiles and skyscrapers, we are reliant on the manufacturers and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) suppliers who produce the components that, when compiled into final products, create the world we live in.
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    Aluminum, Zinc or Magnesium: How to Select the Right Die Casting Material

    Die casting is the name given to the process of creating complex metal components through use of molds of the component, also known as dies. The process uses non-ferrous metals which do not contain iron, such as aluminum, zinc and magnesium, due to the desirable properties of the metals such as low weight, higher conductivity, non-magnetic conductivity and resistance to corrosion.  
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    What Is Die Casting?

    Die casting is a manufacturing process that injects molten metal between two mold castings under high pressure. It’s ideal for companies that need a dependable, quality source of high-volume, complex metal parts. The die-casting process is most commonly used to produce light metal original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts for automotive, power vehicles, appliances, motorcycles, plumbing fixtures and other applications. 
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