Die casting is a casting process where molten metal is injected into a mold cavity, where it solidifies into the desired shape. The mold, or die, is typically made of steel or other heat-resistant alloys and is designed to withstand the high pressures involved in the casting process.
Die casting is used to make a wide range of metal products, from small, intricate parts like watch cases and gear parts, to larger items like engine blocks and cooking pans. The process is highly automated and can be used to produce large quantities of parts quickly and with high precision. Some of the advantages of die casting include its speed, accuracy, versatility, and ability to create complex shapes with fine detail.