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  • Joining vs Forming Manufacturing Processes: What’s the Difference?

    Joining vs Forming Manufacturing Processes: What’s the Difference?0

    Joining and forming are two common types of manufacturing processes. Manufacturing companies often rely on one or both types of processes to convert raw materials into finished products. While joining and forming have a similar goal, however, they aren’t the same. There are stark differences between joining and forming manufacturing processes, which you can learn

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  • Pros and Cons of Spray Deposition

    Pros and Cons of Spray Deposition0

    Have you heard of investment casting? A variation of lost wax casting, it’s become increasingly popular in recent years. From automotive and aerospace components to golf clubs and medical prostheses, it’s used to make a variety of common products. With that said, there are both pros and cons to investment casting of which you should

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  • 5 Myths About Aluminum Debunked

    5 Myths About Aluminum Debunked0

    Featuring the atomic number 13, aluminum is a silver-colored metal that’s used extensively in the manufacturing industry. It’s prized for its unique characteristics, making it a versatile material in the production of countless consumer and commercial products. Even if you’re seen and used aluminum, though, there are probably some things you don’t know about it.

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  • Lathe vs Milling Facing: What’s the Difference?

    Lathe vs Milling Facing: What’s the Difference?0

    Facing operations are often categories as either lathe or milling, depending on the type of machine used. They involve the use of a machine to selectively remove material from the end or shoulder of a workpiece. The workpiece is secured to either a lathe or milling machine, after which it’s exposed to a cutting tool.

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  • Lost-Foam vs Full-Mold Casting: What’s the Difference?

    Lost-Foam vs Full-Mold Casting: What’s the Difference?0

    Lost-foam and full-mold casting are two of the most popular types of evaporative-pattern casting. They both involve the use of pattern that, when exposed to heat, evaporates. The pattern material essential vaporizes while filling the surrounding space in the mold cavity. With that said, lost-foam and full-mold casting are two different casting processes with their

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  • 5 Facts About the Deformation Process Burnishing

    5 Facts About the Deformation Process Burnishing0

    Have you heard of the deformation process known as burnishing? It involves the use of a smooth tool to deform the surface of a workpiece. Burnishing isn’t as popular as other deformation processes. Nonetheless, it still offers several noteworthy advantages, such as the ability to flatten superficial imperfections. In this post, you’ll discover five interesting

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