What are the differences between wetcast and drycast concrete?

Both wetcast and drycast concretes are composed primarily of portland cement, water and aggregates. Wetcast is produced having a fluid, flowable consistency whereas drycast is more similar to moist gravel. The fluid consistency of wetcast allows for placement into flexible molds that can achieve deep, detailed textures and a large range of shapes and sizes. Drycast is dosed into a rigid steel mold and then compressed at high pressure allowing for fast, repeated production using a single steel mold.