Die-Casting and Wire-Bonding Explained in Graphical Presentation
Die-casting is a versatile process for producing Engineered metal parts by forcing molten metal under high-pressure into reusable steel molds.
There are two basic die-casting processes, differentiated only by their methods of metal injection: hot-chamber and cold-chamber. In addition, there are two types of hot-chamber die-casting processes: conventional and multi-slide.All of these die-casting processes are described in greater detail in the relevant sub-sections.
Wire bonding is a method of making interconnections between a microchip and other electronics as part of semiconductor device fabrication.