1. Higher surface roughness (Rz-40 on average, as with LWC).
2. Higher density of the cast product metal, as there is a forced venting of gases during pouring (vacuum).
3. Smaller machining allowances and, therefore, lower cast product weight.
4. The manufactured aluminum production tooling (mold) serves almost the entire required period, without costly repair or replacement, because the mold is not exposed to dynamic, high-temperature, and other mechanical stresses during its use, unlike wood, plastic, or even aluminum tooling used in the SCM or CCM methods that require regular repair or replacement.
5. Higher quality with approximately the same productivity of facilities that are similar in terms of their capacity.
6. Consistent quality in terms of dimensional and weight accuracy, as the mold during its use does not change its geometric dimensions, unlike production tooling used in the SCM and CCM methods.
7. Possibility of manufacturing some types of cast products without making expensive aluminum molds.
8. More environmentally responsible production.