cold-chamber die casting

cold-chamber die casting

[′kōld ‚chām·bər ′dī ‚kast·iŋ]
(engineering)
A die-casting process in which molten metal is ladled either manually or mechanically into a relatively cold cylinder from which it is forced into the die cavity.
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5], the latest release of MAGMASOFT [R], introduces several new simulation capabilities: new process modes for permanent mold, low pressure sand and low pressure die casting, as well both hot-chamber and cold-chamber die casting allow for detailed process-specific definitions.