Squeeze casting is a specialized metal casting process that involves forcing molten metal under high pressure into the mold cavity. The process improves the mechanical and physical properties of the castings, such as strength and fatigue resistance. During the process, the molten metal is injected into a cold die at high pressure and speed, which helps to fill the intricate details of the mold and reduce porosity. After solidification, the castings are ejected from the die and cooled. This process is often used for high-strength, net-shape parts such as turbine blades, automotive parts, and other components requiring excellent mechanical properties.