Useful Die Casting Terminology
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A part produced by any of a number of fabricating processes such as forming, rolling, punching or welding, but especially associated with weldments, the joining of two or more individual pieces by welding.
The ability of a metal to withstand repeated and varying loads.
Metals that contain iron as the major alloying element.
Curved junction of two surfaces, e.g., walls which would meet at a sharp angle.
A thin web or fin of metal on a casting which occurs at die partings, vents and around moveable cores. This excess metal is due to working and operating clearances in a die.
Process of working metal to the desired shape by impact or pressure from hammers, presses or forging machines. The metal object so produced is termed a forging.