The history of die-casting has been widely discussed. According to the relevant articles, the first thing that appeared was die-casting lead. In 1822, Willam Church built a casting machine with a daily output of 1.2 to 20,000. After more than two decades, J.J. Sturgiss designed and created the first manual piston hot chamber die casting machine, which was patented in the United States. In 1885, Mergensell studied the previous patent and invented the printing die casting machine. Used in the production of zinc alloy die-cast parts in the 1860s. Die casting is widely used in industrial production only at the beginning of the last century. In 1905, H.H. Doehler successfully developed die casting machines, die-cast zinc, tin and copper alloy castings for industrial production. Wagner then designed a gooseneck pressure die casting machine for the production of aluminum alloy die castings.