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The basic principle of the hot chamber die casting process is that the heating process will occur in the same cavity as the transfer of the molten alloy to the mold cavity. So, you don't do this in a different container like the cold chamber method. The molten metal will be transferred through the gooseneck into the mold cavity using a plunger tool.
First, heat the fusible alloy in a hot chamber until it reaches the melting point.
The molten alloy flows into the gooseneck region, where the plunger pushes it with a certain amount of pressure.
Then, the extrusion melted alloy will enter the mold cavity, die-casting process will be carried out in the mold cavity.
Next, the die-casting cavity will cool and solidify the molten alloy, which will be shaped according to its design.
Congratulations. The die casting process has been completed by hot chamber method.