The process of die casting-aluminum was developed in the 1800s, with the discovery of aluminum and shift from earlier lead and tin processes. This new process revolutionized the industry. The growing popularity of this process is due to the anti-corrosion and lightweight results. It has also been proven that the metal possesses high stability for thin walls and complex shapes.
High electrical and thermal conductivity
High electrical and thermal conductivity and the ability to endure high temperatures have made the combination of metal and the process a much favorable option these days. When it comes to the machines used, cold chambers are utilized in the process as it comes with high melting points. Today, the process has rightly replaced the automated quality control due to the manual operations.