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die casting

[′dī ‚kast·iŋ]
(engineering)
A metal casting process in which molten metal is forced under pressure into a permanent mold; the two types are hot-chamber and cold-chamber.
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The automakers are sourcing components for manufacturing lightweight vehicles by employing alloy and die cast parts, in turn driving the market for automotive parts die casting industry in the country.
Since then, he has represented the die casting industry and promoted the die casting process to government officials, prospective OEMs and the public.
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The downloadable articles archive includes abstracts from Transactions published from 1995-2001 and Die Casting Engineer articles from 1999-2001.
Energy costs are a significant component of the die casting equation because of the need to melt materials for casting.
It also discusses the latest technologies in the automotive die casting materials and parts that are under development and in research pipeline in North America
For the fiscal years 2000 and 2001, LA Die Casting recorded net sales of $9.
KUKA robots have #1 market share in Europe, and are highly regarded throughout the foundry, die casting and forging industry," said Joe Campbell, director of strategic alliances for KUKA Robotics Corporation.
Cascade, based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, provides aluminum and zinc die casting products to the industrial, automotive and electrical industries.
September 30-October 2--The North American Die Casting Assn.
This was a significant challenge since the ramp up to series production included a 33% expansion in the size of the location, featuring the addition of two new vacuum die casting machines, a significant expansion of the plant's shipping and receiving area and expansion of the location's prototyping capability, including new measurement, fixturing, testing and assembly facilities.
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