What is cast aluminum?

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Cast aluminum is a process in which aluminum in a molten state is poured into a mold and cooled to form an aluminum part of the required shape. The aluminum used in cast aluminum is called cast aluminum alloy.

It is a kind of pure aluminum or aluminum alloy ingot prepared according to the standard composition ratio, and then artificially heated to turn it into an aluminum alloy liquid or molten state, and then cast aluminum liquid or molten aluminum alloy through a professional mold or corresponding process A process in which aluminum parts of the required shape are formed after cooling into the cavity.

The aluminum used in cast aluminum is called: cast aluminum alloy. Commonly used aluminum casting methods are: sand casting, die casting, low pressure casting, precision casting, permanent mold casting, etc.