A result of the die-striking manufacturing process, in which powerful drop-hammers or presses strike the workpiece, forging it into its desired shape.
A result of the casting process, in which the item is formed by pouring metal into an investment mold. These plastic patterns are superior to wax patterns by being smoother, crisper, and more stable.
Combines casting with die striking, allowing the toughness of a die struck part from a cast object.
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