The contrast between foundries and diecasters has always been clear to those involved in metalcasting: foundries fill molds with molten metal, controlling the speed, chemical reactions, and other process details to achieve optimal filling, solidification, etc.; diecasters “force” molten metal into a mold cavity (the “die”), using pressure to achieve filling. There are dozens of other process distinctions — but to casting buyers these are not major ...

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