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  • Die Lubricants

    Die casters know that it is not possible to produce without the use of die lubricants (release agents). However, many die casters are unaware that... Read More »

  • Die Casting Operations

    Metal casting uses permanent molds made of steel, with inserts constructed in the shape of the part to be made that are embedded in a larger... Read More »

  • Foundry

    Foundry operations are a fairly broad category. Basically, they involve the process of pouring liquid metal into a mold for the purpose of... Read More »

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  • Magnesium Die Casting Lubrication Technology and Trends

    High-pressure die casting (HPDC) is a very popular process for making complex mechanical parts out of light metals, learn how Chem-Trend die... Read More »


  • Squeeze Casting

    Squeeze casting is a process developed for making castings with very low porosity and high structural integrity. The key differences between... Read More »

  • Semi-solid Casting

    Semi-solid casting is a process where metal is partly solidified at the time of injection. The main benefit of this process is the ability to... Read More »

  • Low Pressure / Gravity Casting

    The process known as low-pressure die casting began when precisely dimensioned reusable steel molds began to be utilized to make castings. It... Read More »

  • Extrusion

    The process of forming and molding parts through extrusion is utilized with a wide range of raw materials to make many different types of end... Read More »

  • Die Casting (High Pressure)

    Die casting is a process in which molten metal is injected into a precisely dimensioned and reusable steel mold very quickly under high pressure... Read More »

  • Alloys & Metals

    The earliest metals that were die cast were alloys of lead and tin. However, today the most commonly used metals are alloys of zinc, aluminum, and... Read More »