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die-cast

Descriptive of a casting produced by forcing molten metal into a mold.
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In a sort of more peaceful way there were die-cast toy cars, which came in a huge array of models.
HOW TO CLAIM: Cut out the voucher below and take it to the customer services desk at your nearest Toys 'R' Us store and claim a FREE Chuggington Die-Cast engine toy.
CUT out the voucher (left) and take it to the Customer Services Desk at any Toys 'R' Us store and claim a FREE Chuggington Die-Cast engine.
This unmissable prize pack also includes seven die-cast engines, including heroes Brewster, Koko and Wilson, so the lucky winners can kickstart their very own Chuggington collection.
It took me nine years in night school to get my degree, and I started as a tool and die-cast maker in a blue-collar town.
The Economic Outdoor WLP and WLR feature die-cast aluminum housings and door frames with heat and shock-resistant borosilicate glass lenses, durable paint finishes and meet UL 1571 requirements for wet location.
On April 1, Dow increased its price on die-cast alloy ingot from $1.34 to $1.40 as reported by Metals Week and on the same date the Norsk Hydro European producer Price for pure ingot was raised from DM3.85 to DM4.30/kg as reported in Metal Bulletin.
Accent brass is made by die-cast brass by the T'boli tribe of Lake Sebu, South Cotabato.
Winco (New Berlin, WI) now offers the series GN 702 Zinc Die-Cast Stop Locks with 4 indexing positions.
Other members are makers of metal-stamping and die-cast dies, and a tool designer.
Cooper Lighting's Sure-Lites[R] UX "Ultimate Exit" sign combines the strength and durability of die-cast aluminum with architecturally pleasing aesthetics.
Our 2002 Poppy Appeal die-cast model collection includes four vehicles in British Legion livery - two Bullnose Morrises, a Chevrolet van and a Thornycroft bus.