is a metal casting process that is characterized by forcing molten metalunder high pressure into a mold cavity. The mold cavity is created using twohardened tool steel dies which have been machined into shape and work similarly toan injection mold during the process.
Common Processes and Alloys Used In Die Castings. Die-casting is a fabricationtechnique involving high pressure injections of liquefied metal into a cast. It is usefulfor accurately mass-producing items according to specifications. Many products, such as automobile parts, sink faucets, and connector housings, are created usingthe process.
Brass casting, as the name suggests, involves the use of brass as the molten metal. Brass casting can be carried out by the way of sand casting only. Sand casting can bedefined as a cast part produced by formation of a mold from a mixture of sand andpouring the casting liquid (mostly molten metal) into mold.