Die-cast aluminium refers to a process that involves melting aluminium and then forcing it into a mould under high pressure. This method, known as die casting, allows for the creation of complex shapes with a high level of precision and repeatability. The resulting products are durable, lightweight, and resistant to corrosion, making them ideal for a wide range of applications, including automotive parts, bracketry, and household appliances. The die-cast aluminium process also offers excellent thermal conductivity and electrical conductivity.