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Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers Series A
Low pressure die casting is defined as a net shape casting technology in which the molten metal is injected at high speeds and pressure into a metallic die. The low pressure die casting process plays an increasingly important role in the foundry industry as a low-cost and high-efficiency precision forming technique. In the low pressure die casting process is that the permanent die and filling systems are placed over the furnace containing the molten alloy. The filling of the cavity is obtaineddoi:10.1299/kikaia.79.905 fatcat:usrtchwdqrdfnnx2qgy22dl4ly