What defines the perfect cast? No, the cast in question here is those specially designed and prepared molds that manufacturers and industrialists need to utilize to build and manufacture the products in everyday use, from small scale kitchen appliances to large scale military installations and mobile craft. Across the board, across every imaginable industry, you will find that aluminum castings are in wide use. This does have something to do with the mineral's versatility and its lightweight and sustainable features.
If you are prepared to pay a little closer attention to this in your home kitchen you will soon notice this. Take your kitchen kettle, for example. Apart from it being ergonomically designed, it is also light in weight. This compensates for having to lift a full kettle of water which under other circumstances, say before the arrival of all our technological innovations, would have been a bit on the heavy side. You can already see the added convenience in this.
Being able to be in full control of the device or appliance you are handling, you are less susceptible to accidents and consequent injuries. You can apply this thought on a grander scale if you like. Think about the car that you drive every day. If you are driving a reasonably new car, the chances are extremely likely that the inclusion of the aluminum mineral is going to be a dominant feature of your car's design and construction.
And given that it is a car being driven on public roads, you can appreciate the safety factors that the use of aluminum encourages. Aluminum castings is a favored process for all design and manufacturing purposes within the automotive, aeronautical, food processing and health services industries, to name just a few.