Around the 1930’s, the process of die-casting became very popular – and revolutionized the padlock making procedure. It gave designers the newfound ability to put together locks using an extensive range of baroque designs and geometrical features – which the more traditional methods, like sand-casting, wouldn’t allow. At the same time, it became such a popular method of use (if not the only method of use) because of how cheap it was in comparison to the other methods that were formally available to designers.
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