hot-chamber die casting

hot-chamber die casting

[′hät ¦chām·bər ′dī ‚kast·iŋ]
(engineering)
A die-casting process in which a piston is driven through a reservoir of molten metal and thereby delivers a quantity of molten metal to the die cavity.
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Developments in j hot-chamber die casting technology meet close tolerance specifications and produce a net shape component that requires no secondary finishing or machining.