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Process and difference between die-casting and forging?


The process and difference between die-casting and forging are:

Die casting, die casting, is a metal casting process characterized by the use of mold cavities to apply high pressure to molten metal. Molds are usually machined from stronger alloys, a process somewhat similar to injection molding. Most die castings are ferrous, such as zinc, copper, aluminum, magnesium, lead, tin, and lead-tin alloys and their alloys. Depending on the type of die casting, a cold chamber die casting machine or a hot chamber die casting machine is used.

Forging, forging, is a processing method that uses forging machinery to apply pressure to metal blanks to cause plastic deformation to obtain forgings with certain mechanical properties, certain shapes and sizes, one of the two major components of forging (forging and stamping) . Forging can eliminate defects such as as-cast porosity produced in the metal smelting process and optimize the microstructure. At the same time, due to the preservation of complete metal flow lines, the mechanical properties of forgings are generally better than castings of the same material. For important parts with high loads and severe working conditions in related machinery, forgings are mostly used, except for plates, profiles or weldments that can be rolled with simpler shapes.


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