Diecasting is a procedure in which the molten metal is compelled to a specific shape under a high pressure in the mold cavity. The metal then solidifies to get the desired shape. In regards to material, castings are made up of highly malleable metal so that exact form can be given to them. To achieve the proper design, many fine details and steps are required.
The diecasting process is most popular within the automotive industry. Trucks and cars are an exact and consistent assembled process ‐ therefore the same diecasting pattern can be done again and again to produce the various parts required. These parts are highly detailed and carefully studied before coming to market to ensure safety and reliability.